WMA’s work has been written into Charlotte’s architectural history the last twenty-five years. While our projects vary in range and scope, we recently took a walking tour to specifically document what WMA has done to shape the Center City. The continuous scroll highlights five buildings that express a memorable presence on the street.
Architect Dave Wagner founded the firm in the early 1990’s. WMA has been fortunate to be involved in a number of exemplary and notable projects– From the New Levine Museum of the South, to 7th Street Station, to The Arcade at The Green. Our image reel also features WMA’s work at South Tryon Square. Incorporating the 14-story former Barclay’s American building built in 1961, it’s outstanding features include gray and green granite, glass, and ornamental metal.
We live by the motto, “Architects can make a difference”. We strive to create an urban environment that is more pedestrian-friendly, pleasant, and interactive. By improving the quality of our surroundings, our hope is to make the Center City a better place for all of us.
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