One of Scotland’s first “colony” plan psychiatric facilities, the Bangour Village Hospital was used to film The Jacket starring Adrian Brody after closing in 2004.
This 18th century pig barn in Germany may not be much to look at from the outside, but inside it houses a beautiful modern dwelling thanks to an implanted wooden frame.
In the Santa Marta slum of Rio de Janeiro, an art project called Praça Cantão has transformed a run-down town square into a vibrant display of colours.
Located in downtown Seattle, these stunning “blue trees” have been coloured with a water-based environmentally-friendly pigment to draw public attention to deforestation.
Artist Gaëlle Villedary created this beautiful turf grass carpet, which winds through the French village of Jaujac, to celebrate ten years of its annual arts and nature trail programmes.
The Braddock Mosaic Park – the brainchild of sculptor James Simon – saw the transformation of an abandoned lot into a stunning urban space, adopting recycled materials and harnessing the creativity of local youth.
Most fast food chains look the same no matter where you go in the world but there are some notable exceptions – and this article highlights five of them.
Well known to British urban explorers, High Royds Insane Asylum first opened in 1888 and operated as psychiatric hospital for more than a century until its final closure in 2003.
These amazing “bonsai buildings” are the brainchild of Takanori Aiba, who designed them based on his experience of working as an art director for architectural spaces.
The former site of the Eastmoor Community Home in Leeds has sat abandoned for nine years to date, littered with debris from its many uses over the years.
Deep in the forests of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, this abandoned mansion, known as Haddo House, looks like it wouldn’t be out of place in a horror film.
Using black paper, flour and layers of mould, Daniele Del Nero has created miniature versions of forgotten houses which look every bit as haunting as their real-life counterparts.
By creating these amazing miniature ‘urbex sets’, Lori Nix has bridged the gap between the unknowable history of abandoned buildings and the human ability to create art from them.
Susan Stockwell creates unique pieces of recycled art from unusual materials, crafting impressive sculptures which are both thought-provoking and impressive to look at.
This retired 1960s train may not be travelling anymore, but it’s still serving London commuters every day! Inside the disused carriage is one of London’s most unique eateries – The Deptford Project cafe.