This atlas presents a typo-morphological research and analysis on the architectures of the city of Turin, from its Roman past until the most recent times. In order to unravel the long and complex story of the city, the atlas has been structured in nine distinct chapters that cover the most important time periods and paradigms of the city, together with the consequent architectural changes. The atlas opens with a series of maps showing the evolution of Turin’s morphology beyond its original Roman borders. With this premises, each of the following chapters focuses on a different time period, considered remarkable in order to understand the morphological genesis and transformation of Turin.