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News, Shelby, Aurora, Sept. 2015
The 16-story Aurora brings modern sculptural architecture to high-rise living. Courtesy of Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects
News, Shelby, Aurora, September 2015, Alan Ritchie, Chris Sims, Marko Disigenis
Architect Alan Ritchie, developer Chris Sims, architect Marko Dasigenis. Photo by Roswitha Vogler
News, Shelby, Aurora, Sept. 2015, pool
The pool and patio area is part of the amenities package. Courtesy of Philip Johnson/Alan Ritchie Architects
News, Shelby, Aurora, Sept. 2015, lobby 1
A lobby area in the Aurora.  Courtesy of Philip Johnson/Alan Ritchie Architects
News, Shelby, Aurora, Sept. 2015, lobby 2
A lobby area in the Aurora. Courtesy of Philip Johnson/Alan Ritchie Architects
News, Shelby, Aurora, Sept. 2015, game room
Game room in the Aurora  high-rise. Courtesy of Philip Johnson/Alan Ritchie Architects
News, Shelby, Aurora, Sept. 2015, kitchen
The Aurora kitchen — a modern classic. Courtesy of Philip Johnson/Alan Ritchie Architects
News, Shelby, Aurora, Sept. 2015, penthouse
Architects rendering of a penthouse living room. Courtesy of Philip Johnson/Alan Ritchie Architects
News, Shelby, Aurora, Sept. 2015
The club level in the Aurora offers expansive views of the neighborhood. Courtesy of Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects
News, Shelby, Aurora, Sept. 2015
Courtesy of Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects