• Industrial architecture

    Industrial architecture

    • Industrial architecture is the design and construction of buildings serving industry. Such buildings rose in importance with the industrial revolution, and were some of the pioneering structures of modern architecture.

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      • Jevremović, Ljiljana; Turnšek, Branko A. J.; Vasić, Milanka; and Jordanović, Marina. "Passive Design Applications: Industrial Architecture Perspective", Facta Universitatis Series: Architecture and Civil Engineering, Vol. 12, No. 2 (2014): 173–82.
      • Jones, Edgar. Industrial Architecture in Britain, 1750–1939. New York: Facts on File, 1985.
      • McGowan, F.; Radosevic, S.; and Tunzelmann, N. von. Emerging Industrial Architecture in Europe. Hoboken: Taylor and Francis, 2004.
      • Winter, John. Industrial Architecture: A Survey of Factory Building. London: Studio Vista, 1970.
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    • Industrial architecture