Industrial architecture

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Industrial architecture is the design and construction of buildings serving industry. Such buildings rose in importance with the Industrial Revolution, starting in Britain, and were some of the pioneering structures of modern architecture.[1]

Types of industrial building[edit]


  1. ^ Historic England (April 2011). "Historical Summary". Industrial Buildings: Listing Selection Guide. Historic England. pp. 2–6.

Further reading[edit]

  • Bradley, Betsy Hunter. The Works: The Industrial Architecture of the United States. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.
  • Jefferies, Matthew. Politics and Culture in Wilhelmine Germany: The Case of Industrial Architecture. Washington, D.C.: Berg, 1995.
  • 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 (1985). Industrial Architecture in Britain: 1750–1939. Oxford: Facts on File. ISBN 978-0-8160-1295-4. OCLC 12286054.
  • McGowan, F.; Radosevic, S.; and Tunzelmann, N. von. Emerging Industrial Architecture in Europe. Hoboken: Taylor and Francis, 2004.
  • Pearson, Lynn (2016). Victorian and Edwardian British Industrial Architecture. Crowood Press. ISBN 978-1-78500-189-5. OCLC 959428302.
  • Pragnell, Hubert J. (2021) [2000]. Industrial Britain: an Architectural History. Batsford. ISBN 978-1-84994-733-6. OCLC 1259509747.
  • Winter, John (1970). Industrial Architecture: A Survey of Factory Building. London: Studio Vista. OCLC 473557982.