Industrial Buildings

When you hear the word building, it is commonly considered to be an enclosed structure within which people can perform certain activities. So if you preface it with the word industriaRead morel, it makes sense that these buildings serve very specific functions vital to the economy. You can celebrate these structures with Photowall's industrial buildings canvas prints. These motifs feature buildings as an identifiable architectural type which rose to prominence during the industrial revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries. As you will see in industrial buildings canvas prints, the new activities and availability of new materials and techniques led to the creation of some of the most innovative buildings of the period. Whether the space you are decorating is corporate or residential, our items will give your interiors that gritty feel with plenty of character and different scenarios. Upgrade your wall decor with Photowall's popular category of industrial buildings canvas prints!

History lesson with industrial buildings canvas prints

Essentially, the Industrial Revolution was a time when the manufacturing of goods moved from small shops and homes to large factories. This shift brought about changes in culture as people moved from rural areas to big cities in order to work. It also introduced new technologies, new types of transportation and a different way of life for many. You will see traces of this in many of our industrial buildings canvas prints. This world-changing revolution began in Great Britain in the late 1700s, where many of the first innovations that enabled it began in the textile industry. Britain also had plenty of coal and iron which was important to power and make machines for the factories. This is also why you will find a separate category in industrial buildings canvas prints dedicated entirely to Factories. The Industrial Revolution lasted for over 100 years in two phases. The first wave of the Industrial Revolution lasted from the late 1700s to the mid-1800s, where it industrialized the manufacture of textiles and began the move of production from homes to factories. The Second Industrial Revolution took place from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s, during which large factories and companies began to use more technologies to mass produce goods.

Around the world

Just like the revolution itself, industrial buildings canvas prints come from all parts of the globe. This diversity will help you tremendously in making your selection process easier and more fun. Aside from the different locations, there are also varying seasons present in industrial buildings canvas prints. You can enjoy the foggy spring mornings of Europe with items such as "Foggy Morning" as well as the intense summer warmth of a roadtrip through the States in industrial buildings canvas prints like "Retro Gas Pumps". There are plenty of various vibes to choose from in this category. If you are looking for the grunge look that is so in these days, look no further than "Dramatic Industry", for example. Industrial buildings canvas prints like these can be ideal for the office room at home, but at the same time also the break room at the workplace.

Types of industrial buildings canvas prints

There are basically seven different types of industrial buildings. In industrial buildings canvas prints, you can find mostly heavy industrial buildings or so-called manufacturing facilities, warehouses and light manufacturing buildings. The others are telecom centres or data hosting centres, cold storage buildings, research and development set-ups and the newest addition called flex buildings. It is fun to peruse this category and make out which is which among the many wonderful industrial buildings canvas prints. You can go from something massive like "Factory Night View" to something more subtle and intimate like the beautiful "The Old Grist Mill". Either way, you will find a piece that resonates with you in industrial buildings canvas prints.
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