The industrial society is now redefining its identity and the previous working spaces and buildings are now losing their meaning. I am especially intrigued by the heat and power generating building in Bytom. The power plant used to be an integral part of this industrial city, however the modernity of today is slowly pushing it into the abyss. In its time, near by existence of power plant was dictated by the needs of the then world and was once a workplace of more then nine hundred people, now is a phantom of itself.Today it is a nostalgic, sentimental place, in one way disappearing in another full of living memories. Though shared only by few people, and in a different way by each one of them.
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