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Buildings XIX century warehouses/industrial buildings

Discussion in 'Buildings' started by Syurlo, Jul 15, 2015.

  1. Syurlo

    Syurlo Skilled Worker

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    i would suggest to give a more realistic look to our city to add some XIX century warehouses or industrial buildings.
    it's not only an american "thing" like those in NYC, Detroit or Pittsburgh but there are some very beautiful examples even in europe (like Manchester, Milan and so on) and japan (Yokohama)
    here are some examples:
    this one is from Yokohama
    Yokohama_red_brick_warehouse_1.jpg
    adam hats bldg, Dallas
    Adam%20Hats3.jpg
    murray hills, Manchester
    Murrays_Mills_2008.jpg
    312 N May lofts, Chicago
    warehouse-lofts.jpg
    domino sugar refinery, Brooklyn
    Domino_Sugar_refinery.jpg
    milk factory and Caffaro chemicals, Brescia, Italy (where i live)
    2013-07-18-11-46-45.jpg
    Caffaro_Brescia_2013-1366627125.jpg
    and so on...

    also, a bit OT, but always a request by the way, it would be great even make two beautiful bridges, the Manhattan and Queensboro bridge in New York (y)
    east_manhattan.jpg Queensboro_Bridge_from_Manhattan_side.jpg

    let me know what do you think ;)
     
  2. OmniBLACK

    OmniBLACK Executive

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    Yeah... One or two of those would be nice
     
  3. Steven H. Endermann

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    It would be nice to have bigger factories.
     

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