Crumbling beauty: Even though Feijen's interiors are being eaten away by time itself, much architectural and aesthetic beauty remains

Haunting photos of abandoned mansions where time stands still

Dutch photographer Niki Feijen has criss-crossed the world looking for crumbling beauty lurking beneath a thick layer of dust inside long-forgotten buildings.

St. Paul's Artist Studios, No 143 Talgarth Road, London (flickr,squirrelshead)

Old artist studios in London. These houses were built specifically for artists. The large windows are where the studio space is located. There are four of these houses in a row.


A greenhouse could be of pvc and plastic sheeting. This was a proper conservatory. I will never afford myself.

Milan Mansion, Ohio - Lieu de concentration de la magie noire ! Pour découvrir les 10 maisons les plus effrayantes des USA, lisez cet article :

Les 10 maisons américaines les plus effrayantes !

The Milan Mansion, Ohio, has long been suspected as a home of witchcraft. The owner was a practicing witch known by locals as the Milan Witch, and is said to be buried underneath front porch.

Photo Reminiscence Orangerie - Aurélien Villette

Aurélien Villette’s riveting photographs of ruined buildings across Europe are captured in a new book


The oldest residents of this abandoned house were the spiders. Many generations had laced the walls with cobwebs of intricate beauty.

Sanatorium du Vexin, Aincourt, France

Photo Le sanatorium du Vexin - Sanatorium du Vexin Plus

The abandoned Spitzer Castle in Beocin, Serbia. Built in the family…