Technical and technological factors in industrial architecture forms creation: historical review

Yelena Morozova

Abstrakt

This paper concerns technical and technological impacts on the process of the formation of industrial architecture. All the formational factors from the 18th to the 20th century – in the epoch of industrial architecture – are examined with special emphasis on technical and technological aspects. In the course of various historical periods, these factors changed their influence. Some of them had a dominating position while others – only a corrective status. In this way, the evolution of the impact of technical and technological factors is observed.

Słowa kluczowe: industrial architecture, impact of technical factors, impact of technological factors
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