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Filed under: INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION — azelea19 @ 11:02 am

The Industrial revolution is the start of the great changes that happened in our history. It started 18th to the 19th century in Great Britain. A more modern world had begun.

Difference between Medieval and Industrial Revolution…..

If in medieval most structures was Churches and Cathedral well in this era  factories was the main feature. 

Spread of Factories

In Medieval the materials commonly use are :

  • Bricks
  • Limestones
  • Plasters

in Industrial Revolution

  • Refined Coals
  • Iron
  • Steel

If in Medieval are Artist



while in Industrial Revolution are Inventors




In this era it has a Great Disadvantage in human resources and in daily life







The start of Child Labor and working









Water pollution









Air Pollution






skin diseases










And it has also Advantage


Introduce the Railway


The Industrial Revolution brought severe consequences to society.Factory owners, needing cheap, unskilled labor, profited greatly by using children and women to run the machines. the Kids had no free time to play or to fix their selves and earned low wages. Some got sick and died because of the toxic fumes, while others were severely injured and sometimes killed working at the dangerous machines in factories.

The Industrial Revolution marks a major turning point in human history.

Obviously, the Industrial Revolution had both good and bad sides.


and also in this era they introduce to us the greenhouse glass they use glass to maximum the use of the natural light


In Industrial revolution  ALEXANDER GUSTAVE EIFFEL ,he design Eiffel tower  , it was build for communication tower.

it has inclined elevator


it was design by well known architect at that era Arch. Joseph Paxton.

this is were the engineering and architects work together

SPACE FRAMING it was use in structures in this era.


I can say that know I can truly see the evolution of the architecture from the prehistoric up to modern.. I’m excited to see more evolution of architecture in the future….


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