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Quincheto / atelier industrial

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© Luis Abba architects: atelier industrial Location: San Rafael, Mendoza, Argentina Project Year: 2022 Photographs: Luis Abba Area: 120.0 m2 Read more »

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The Rise of Metal: Blending Industrial Aesthetics with Other Textures

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Image: © José Hevia Often associated with an industrial aesthetic, metal has become more prevalent in residential and commercial architecture. Relámpago House / h3o architects. Its reflective quality has broadened the scope of texture and color combinations, giving rise to a fresh aesthetic for interior design.

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The Landing House / Industry of All Nations

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© Ye Rin Mok architects: Industry of All Nations Location: Joshua Tree, California 92252, United States Project Year: 2023 Photographs: Ye Rin Mok Area: 850.0 ft2 Read more »

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The New Life of Industrial Architecture in Cities: 20 Renovations and Conversions of Old Factories and Warehouses

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Domino Sugar Refinery / PAU - Practice for Architecture and Urbanism In the same way that societies transform, times change, and cities evolve, industrial architecture modernizes and technifies, sometimes reaching a state of abandonment or ruin.

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Architectural Visualization Trends and the Rise of AI

A new industry study conducted by Architizer on behalf of Chaos Enscape surveyed 2,139 design professionals to understand the state of architectural visualization and what to expect in the near future. We asked: How are visualizations produced in your firm? What impact does real-time rendering have?

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The Legacy of the Sawtooth Roof, an Icon of Industrial Architecture

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Sawtooth roofs are an iconic architectural feature of industrial buildings A historic symbol of the industrial age, the sawtooth roof is a lasting legacy of architectural history. Although a functional invention born from necessity nearly 200 years ago, the iconic shape is enjoying a renaissance in many contemporary projects.

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Building Upon the Built: Adaptive Reuse of Industrial Architecture in Brazil

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However, the recognizable form of industrial buildings we see today only took shape in the 18th century, closely tied to the transformations brought about by the Industrial Revolution. Over time, their purposes expanded to include carpentry, tapestry, and porcelain workshops.