A photographic journey in a disused paper mill. Opened in the early 20th century, the site shut down in the early 21st. Originally manufacturing pulp paper for the dailyLe Petit Parisien, it later evolved to produce corrugated paper in its final years. These architectural and human traces are the remnants of a declining industry. Before its total disappearance, we are paying our last respects by capturing an image of this century-old building.
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