This picture may just explain why so many photographers are taking pictures of their models, clothed or nude, in abandoned buildings of some kind. There is such an aura about a place like this that it tells a story all its own, but I think I like your photo better than the ones populated by models.
For one thing, your photo speaks to the true nature of the place, bringing out the silence, the sadness, the sense of loss, the embedded memories that such places have from when they were full of happy, creative artisans, craftsmen or workers.
For another, seeing a shoeless or nude model in such an environment makes me cringe at the thought of how many possibilities there are for the model to be injured or to absorb potentially lethal substances through his or her feet. I'm a retired forensic toxicologist, so I know that the arch of the human foot is an excellent absorption site for almost any poisonous substance! There are several areas on the body surfaces which absorb toxins quite well and some work even better than if a person were to swallow or otherwise ingest the substance.
Oh, well. Sorry for getting off on a tangent. I really do like your photo! Thanks for sharing it.