Once made for walking, the retired boot sits at the door, looking out to the green world.
Geschäftsbereich Giesserei – The entry to the old Ferrum foundry in Schafisheim.
An empty chair left with nothing but a magazine on.
The main entrance from the inside of the Château Lumière. A big door sheds light on the stairs to the ground floor.
The door between the warehouse and the foundry. Material transport only – but where shall the women with the kid go?
One of many entrances to the metro network in Bucharest. On a weekdays afternoon it’s not too busy in here – but beware the rush hours!
Most likely the big atrium which lets the light shine through the roof to all floors gave the Château Lumière the name. An amazing atmosphere welcomes the visitors after entering the main door. The big entrance hall looks majestic and in a way mysterious –
The entrance of the Château Lumière, an abandoned villa in Alsace, France. The building looks impressive considering that once upon a time it was “just the villa” of a Swiss tobacco tycoon family. Though there would be enough space for more than one family only…
The Clinique Du Diable is a big complex with six buildings. This is the view from the front to the main building with some of the employees’ houses. This time in black and white.
The entrances to the staff buildings and a leisure room with a forgotten child’s bicycle… With kids around it must have looked a bit more inviting than it does today.