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Old February 25th, 2014, 06:22 PM   #61
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Former factory of electromechanical company “Union”, later VEF factory

Latvia, Riga / Brīvības gatve 214 / 1900 / architects: Heinrihs Šēls, Krišjānis Ķergalvis




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Old February 28th, 2014, 06:25 PM   #62
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Some examples of old industrial architecture in Brazil:

Paracambi - Rio de Janeiro


by Isabela Kassow

Rio de Janeiro - Rio de Janeiro
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by Murilo Valente

Manaus - Amazonas:


by Marcelo Imoto


Porto Alegre - Rio Grande do Sul

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by Sem Paradeiro


by Clarissa Comim

Piracicaba - São Paulo


by Fernando Oliveira

Sorocaba - São Paulo


by Edbarbosa

Salto - São Paulo

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by Lucas Rosa

São Paulo - São Paulo

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by Lucí Brâga


by Chico Saragiotto


by Daniel Souza Lima

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by Eli K Hayasaka

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by Plínio Dondon

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by Bernardo Borges

Ribeirão Preto - São Paulo


by Estúdios Kaiser
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Old February 28th, 2014, 09:05 PM   #63
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I love these kinds of buildings.
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Old February 28th, 2014, 09:26 PM   #64
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Slakthusområdet, Stockholm

Stockholm's slaughter house district.

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Market hall for swine and smaller livestock

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Market hall for bovine and larger livestock

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Meat store

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Livestock exchange building

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Residential building for the veterinarians and machinists

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Old March 1st, 2014, 01:34 AM   #65
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Old March 3rd, 2014, 09:58 PM   #66
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Those white bricked buildings remind me of Russia, rather than Stockholm.
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I love the architecture and history in Baltimore, MD USA it is one of the major leaders in repurposed, preservation, and urban renewal in the country.
So here are my favorite industrial architecture buildings in Baltimore.
The Phoenix Shot Tower- tallest structure in the US until the completion of the Washington Monument in DC. It is one of the most iconic shot towers because of its presence in the Baltimore skyline. It was used for producing shot and was especially in high demand during the civil war. It was completed in 1828 and is considered a masterpiece in brick engineering. It was constructed without the use of exterior scaffolding. There are only a handful left in North America and the world. It is more than 234 ft. tall. It is the last of four left in Baltimore.



Power Plant
Also very iconic its four smoke towers are very prominent in the skyline. It was once used for powering Baltimore street car system. It was completed in 1900. Now its a Barnes & Noble, Phillips, and more. ESPN zone also called it home. Phoenix Shot Tower in the background.
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Old April 6th, 2014, 05:18 PM   #68
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Clipper Mill- now an extravagant restaurant with condominiums



B&O Warehouse longest brick building east of the Mississippi River. Completed in 1898 it was used for storing cargo for the B&O Railtoad. It was going to be demolished with the construction of oriole park at Camden yards but it was saved and renovated at the last minute and incorporated into the ballpark to make one of the most scenic and beautiful mlb stadium in the country. It includes offices for the Orioles management and has one of four field light atop the roof. The building is more than 1000 ft. long!





I believe all of these buildings are on or protected by the National Register of historic places

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I love the concept for the development but the execution is just SO tacky, that huge guitar? Ugh.
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I love the concept for the development but the execution is just SO tacky, that huge guitar? Ugh.
I kind of like the guitar, I think its only there because of hard rock cafe. It looks better at night and it glows.






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Old April 8th, 2014, 10:50 PM   #72
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Industrilandskapet, Norrköping

Litteraliy meaning the industrial landscape, which is Norrköping's old industrial core centered around the river Motala ström.


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The last one is a real gem dating from the 1750s.
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A bit of modern Industrial Architecture - Lloyd's Building, London (1986)




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A bit of modern Industrial Architecture - Lloyd's Building, London (1986)
"Industrial architecture is the design and construction of buildings serving industry" - wikipedia. How this building can fit here? It's pure commercial office building.

Bowelism is pseudo- industrial style, you can like it or not, but imo it doesn't belongs to this topic.
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Hamburg Speicherstadt. Brooktorkai 11-16. Block V. Hanssen & Meerwein. (1907/1908)
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Hamburg Speicherstadt. Brooktorkai 3-10. Block X. HFLG / Paul Raywood. (1899-1912)
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Hamburg Speicherstadt. Alter Wandrahm 8-11. Block W. Gustav Schrader (1899-1912)
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