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Industrial Building

Industrial locations in Europe are undergoing dramatic changes. In the 19th century, the image of industrial building was dominated by huge factory complexes; today, our economic system is being transformed into an enormous theatre. Production companies are becoming learning enterprises. Innovative industrial concerns expect architects to provide organizational structures with a communicative and cultural content rather than constructional refinement; holistic strategies rather than design details. More quality of life through the revitalization of the polis, as Siemens says. And the architects? An analysis.

This article is taken out of the following magazine:
DETAIL 9/2003

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