You can't really tell if this beauty actually is a greenhouse or maybe a gigantic indoor garden. But either way it is stunning and a huge inspiration on how to design one's one greenhouse with a little more charm than just the usual pots and benches.
The Boyce Thompson Institute is an abandoned agricultural institute where the plants have gone wild. The institute was founded by mining magnate Boyce Thompson and opened its doors in 1924 with the goal of studying plants - abandoned in
“ Flower-shop, Brussels, designed by Paul Hankar, XIX century. ” This is literally the perfect, most fitting sort of thing to put in the window of an Art Nouveau front like this. One of the things I enjoyed about Brussels was the Art Nouveau.
Overgrown palace – poland Was used as home for polish royalty until the country became under communist rule and it turned into an agricultural school and a home for mentally handicapped adults and children
Unfinished symphony: Lacy and ruffled curtains remain open from the morning they were drawn it the piano room of the abandoned house (go to site for more pictures of doctor's deserted mansion in Germany by Daniel Marbaix)