The modern architecture in Charlotte includes a lot of glass. The reflections create unique designs, though somewhat distorted.
The 47-story Hearst Tower is Charlotte’s third tallest building. It has an impressive entrance evoking the art deco period with a color scheme of black, white, gray and bronze.
Fifth Third Center, formally known as the IJL Financial Center and 201 North Tryon, is a 447 feet building in Charlotte, North Carolina. It was completed in 1997 and has 30 floors.
Here is a view from the plaza looking up to the tower.
Downtown Charlotte or Uptown (as it is usually called by locals) is home to a number of contemporary high-rise buildings and modern towers, as well as historic structures and old buildings.
Here is an image to bring a unique perspective combining the modern architectural elements of Charlotte.
A modern road runs through the remnants of rustic homes of the Henry River Mill Village in Hickory, North Carolina. Something is out of place!
A still standing home in the Henry River Mill Village depicts the style of buildings in that era including the provisioning of water
A brief breath of life came back to Henry River Mill Village in 2012 by way of fame and fortune—Hollywood thought the run-down village would serve as the perfect setting for the post-apocalyptic dystopia District 12 featured in the film The Hunger Games. The town was featured in several scenes including the house below that served as the home of Katniss Everdeen.