The architect...is called upon to erect buildings for every conceivable purpose...railway buildings;...churches; hotels; public libraries, office and mercantile structures, school-houses and college buildings; theatres, exhibition buildings, casinos, jails, prisons, municipal buildings, apartment houses, and all other structures which must be accommodated to the complicated conditions of modern society
H. van Brunt, "On the Present Condition and Prospects of Architecture" (1886)
One of the most rewarding ways of looking at buildings is in terms of their types, from school to town halls. The pages in this
Two-dimensional representation of a building, moulding etc., revealed by cutting across it.