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Space observatories are among some of the most magnificent buildings devoted entirely to science — because their windows look out on the universe. …Observatories
© Lise Sarfati
Bennett School/Halcyon Hall
Labyrinth House, Westport, Connecticut, 1966<p>(John M. Johansen)<p>Demolished in 1988 by neighbour Phil Donahue. Because tearing down houses you don’t like is one of the perks of being rich.
<b>Urbex: Triage-lavoir P. 08</b><p>Abandoned coal washing facility somewhere in Belgium.
Sunken chairs in Mike Tyson’s abandoned Ohio mansion’s indoor swimming pool.<p>Photo credit: © Mike Adams
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A chemistry lab in a ruined Belgian universityby kosmograd
Aldeanueva de la Vera, 1925 by Kurt Hielscher
<b>Color!</b> Hellingly Asylum. Hellingly, England.
Of Blood and Rust | Fire Dept Training Facility on Flickr.
“The Castle” and “The Saltbox,” old historic Bunker Hill homes, sit on blocks awaiting their removal to Montecito Heights.<p>Circa 1969.
20°C outside, still 10cm of ice on the floor.<p>Dow Brewery, Montreal 2013