ABANDONED & INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
BY BJÖRN SAHLBERG / UPDATES / ABOUT / HOME
Hall of kilns. Packed up pallets ready for shipping still standing around.
Quite possibly the old showroom. Parts of the mosaics have been removed.
The top part of the mosaic is covered with a thin plastic film. It seems as there were plans to preserve this deco.
Close up of the stylish safety concern poster (crop).
Tile leftovers in the old showroom.
The part above the arc in the design on the showroom wall. Removed and also covered with a plastic film.
Showroom area backroom. It looks as if the dark brown tiles have been covering the more old fashioned ones at the lower right.
Eye pleasing old brick work.
Mosaic deco on the facade (crop).
Kiln initerior. With fired tiles in it still.
The notice board.
Belts and sacks.
That moon boot like foot print in the lower left surely belongs to comrade Rutger of Modern Swedish Ruins fame.
Boiler room hall.
No excursion to an old factory without some industrial guts.
Small kiln in the lab.
Display wall in the (quite possibly) sales and administrative building.
The tile archive.
Going green by the pallet. On Tumblr.
The view from the nearby train station.
Tuile de loup.
Venez sur une promenade through the remains of a huge tile and mosaic factory in France.
Zeiss Distagon 50 mm F/4,
Kodak Ektar 100,
Imacon Flextight Photo
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