Sitting vacant in East Atlanta, the John B Gordon School has but a short time left in its historic life.
Another day, another picture- It’s the subterranean network of Clemson University.
Even the bats it once housed abandoned this tower shortly after its construction in 1929. And today, it remains forgotten, tucked away amongst the overgrowth of the lower Florida Keys.
Since its inception in the early 1920’s, the Whitted / Hillside Park school has meant volumes to the history and people of Durham.
Enduring a range of events throughout its lifetime, the Courtenay mill in Newry, South Carolina serves as an architectural and historical marvel that epitomizes the southern textile mill.
The underground world of N.C. State that goes unnoticed by so many.
In Northeast Atlanta lies the old Pullman-Pratt train yard, a location worthy of the silver screen.
Demolished back in the early part of February 2012, the Glidden Paint Factory in Atlanta was a hotspot for graffiti artists, photo shoots, and the occasional music video production.
Inside of one of N.C. State’s now closed buildings lies an anechoic chamber, a virtually silent room that absorbs sound waves. The architectural layout of the room is designed to create a muting effect, one which is excellent for acoustic research experiments.