Tag: Architecture

takeover

it seems, there will be a hostile takeover in the near future… nature is gathering outside, surrounding the abandoned powerstation of an old paperfactory. Not long, and nature will leap into the building and take back what belonged to it since ages…

stairway

is not enough to describe this fascinating design and architecture, found in an abaondoned silesian castle. The castle survived the second world war pretty good and was used as a school for agriculture. The collapse of the communist party in Poland almost destroyed it. Since the late 2000, the castle –

ballroom

that is quite a ballroom… has pleasured the noblemen of some centuries, survived some horrible wars… nothing could bring it down – the today is trying hard and might do it at last… same old story: after collapse of socialism, the castle was sold for an apple, the new owner

fairytale castle

this sure looks like a fairytale castle, located in a small silesian village. I was quite stunned, seeing it for the first time… way up the tower I was sure, Rapunzel was waiting and I had to hold on to me not to call out:“ Rapunzel, Rapunzel ! Let down

my secret room…

is the place where I go when everything sucks… the work is stupid, the boss is in a bad mood and my coworkers are mean bastards… I hate that clean boring white modern chinaware, but i sure have to earn my living, and it is the only factory around… so

supervillage

the supervillage was planned and build as an ideal village for farmers, who settled down just there… i dont know from where this people came nor if they were moving there by free will or were forced to… The location was magnificent, nearly at the top of a hill with

cold steel

inside an abandoned steelworks – and where once was a sparkling and roaring hellfirelike atmosphere, glowing and fluid steel, there is dark and black silence now… thick black dust covers and softens everything… and there is no future for that place, unlike other works in the Ruhrgebiet. The population in that area

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