The Industrial Revolution introduced new materials, technologies, and standardiz


The Industrial Revolution introduced new materials, technologies, and standardization, bringing about a turn towards modernity. Architects realized, early on, the benefits that industrialization provided both in terms of materiality, as well as efficiency. However, a resistance to the aesthetics of industrialization existed amongst architects and many early buildings tended to mask the new materials and technologies. Discuss why you believe these early architects were hesitant to display the new materials and technologies of industrialization on the exteriors of building, while embracing them on the interiors, and why engineers, especially those who designed bridges and hothouses were not as reluctant to display them
Page Limit: 3-5 pages, double-spaced, 12 pt., Times New Roman font, (1000-1200 words)
I foyu do not have this ebook I can supply you with it.
The only book that can be used is this resource.
This is based on the book called World architecture (a cross cultural history.) second edition by author Richard ingersoll
https://www.sendspace.com/file/grsm02


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