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Showcasing prominent commercial structures and the talented architects who brought them to life, these pictorial histories contain outstanding photography of some of the leading cities in the United States. Offering insight into the diversity and progression of metropolitan architecture, different firms represented in this series discuss the influences found in their featured work. Illuminating the unique and defining characteristics of each building, the process that brought it to fruition, and the impact each structure had on the community at large, these artistic chronicles will delight lovers of architecture, travel, and urban living. Offering celebrated avenues from municipal buildings to grand entertainment venues, this comprehensive view of Charlotte's architectural feats shares a range of styles such as domestic digs from David Furman Architecture, LS3P Associates' forward-designed Douglas International Airport, and the city's upcoming live/work environment, 300 South Tryon.
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