Today, I went to a photowalk in the lovely city of Nijmegen. It was organized by InstaWalk024 and the tour took place in an old factory next to the cities new bridge over the River Waal.
De Vasim was once a rayon mill, later the building was used as a fly ash fabric and since 2002 it's a place for artists.
On the ground floor there is are some art studios.
Especially the shape of the building is fantastic. From the distance, it looks like a cathedral with the curved roof and the tower with the old company name.
The tower is the highest part of the building and is mostly in an old condition. It looks, that the doors, tiles and hand rails are the same since 1948, when the building build.
Directly under the roof, there are some exiting cement shapes on the ground. I think, once the engines was placed there.
In the dark corner in the attic I've played with my torch. The shadows that the steps in the wall created was great. Unfortunately, the time was over and so many motives are left behind. It was a nice urban exploring like thing with a guided tour.