King Charlotte's architecture is based on a series of designed boxes, all of different types and sizes. The boxes stack upon each other, and not necessarily in a fashion that one might initially imagine. The retail box protrudes from the podium box, the tower box appears to teeter and overhang the podium box, and the oversized rooftop amenity box actually does overhang the tower box. It is all very playful, yet incredibly clean and crisp. The podium offers a strong masonry base that appears to be wrapped in a thin white ribbon. The building is a high 32-storey tower with a small floor plate of 5200 square feet, truly a point tower. The floor plans are spectacular. I love the modern, clean simplicity.