Does peninsular Charleston have blighted areas any more?
Those driving into or out of Charleston might have noticed a new building sort of messing with them.
When noted New Urbanist architect Andres Duany last spoke in Charleston, he praised this city for having some of the nation’s most beautiful ...
It’s the kind of small, outdated building that would probably be demolished without much thought in another city.
One of the more interesting new bits of construction in downtown Charleston is also the least visible.
The recent transformation of 359 King St. has revealed a great building that few knew was even there.
Charleston seems poised to get its first building of the digital age.
Charleston homes have many architectural details to savor from the street, but they harbor more secrets inside.
Before Drayton Hall, the Lowcountry had other grand plantation homes that were cutting edge architectural statements for the New World.
It may be the most expensive building ever built in Charleston that is not, technically speaking, a building.
It’s been almost a century since residents (not tourists) got around Charleston by horse and carriage, but one wouldn’t know that by ...
Charleston isn’t the only place with so-called “sweet shops,” tiny buildings scattered throughout downtown neighborhoods, but it ...
When designing a new house, it’s only right to consult everyone who will live there, even the kids.
Those driving along Cannon Street in recent weeks have probably glanced to their left and wondered, What’s that all about?
What does Charleston’s Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity have in common with Grand Central Station, the Boston Public Library and ...