A world without people: a new book with photos of abandoned places by Romain Veyon Architecture 12.02.2022 French photographer Romain Veyon imagined what the world would look like if people disappeared and buildings were captured by nature. Romain Veyon is a lover of abandoned places. We have already published his journey through the ruins of the old castle in Agda. Recently, the photographer released the book Green Urbex, in which he decided to show what the world looks like without us. It contains 13 unique places from all over the world: abandoned hotels, villas, factories, theaters, prisons, schools, chapels, churches, castles from Japan, Croatia, England and other countries. Romain’s photographs are accompanied by scientific facts and a detailed description of the changes that buildings undergo. “At first, dust appears, walls crack, floors rot, and roofs collapse. Then nature takes over and turns all our buildings into romantic ruins”” says the author. His book is not just a collection of photographs of almost lost structures. This is proof of how fragile our civilization is, and a reminder that we need to live in harmony with nature.