With increased population in mid-1800 and the industrial revolution, the architect had to come up with a new plan to house emergency demands. This saw them go miles ahead and think out of the box to employ new skill to create new cottages and blocks of flats. Never before had the variety of style been so high or the effort of standardization so permanent. A new novel variety of shapes and design came into the market that combined client’s requirement, as well as architect critical thinking and innovation.
Some of the building that were of high standards and employed change during this period are: Theatre Odeon in Paris planned by Wally, Bourse is Paris, Arc de Triomphe, Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Altes Museum in Berlin, Cathedral of the Virgin of Kazan, Gothic Revival, University of Virginia in Charlottesville among others (Pevsner