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INDUSTRIAL LANDSCAPES BACK TO LIFE - C37

INDUSTRIAL LANDSCAPES BACK TO LIFE - C37

Seventy years ago, the architectural historian, Michael Rix, coined the expression “industrial archaeology”, to describe the state of abandonment of industrial plants, in Britain, after the Third Industrial Revolution. Over the decades, the phenomenon underwent an interesting evolution, getting the attention of the greatest international organizations that recognized some industrial sites part of the human heritage.

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