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This photo of a level transmitter is 100% E&I. Really! Ok ok... as a wildlife photographer I smuggled a little, but you have to admit the kingfisher adds a nice splash of colour!

Following previous commissions I continue to do assignments for Dunea. It shows that you can build lasting relations as long as you deliver great quality and creative images on time. I now provided Dunea with all photographs for the interior decoration of three office buildings: their headquarters, press centre and another office building. That's over 1300 m2 of my photo's decorating their walls!

My last assignment was for Dunea its Electrical and Instrumentation engineering team. The photo's would be used for the interior decoration of their workshop, where they calibrate water meters among other things. Hence, the photo's had to reflect their work. The following images are a selection of my personal favourites. Enjoy!

An alternative shot of the level transmitter (Level Indicator and Controller) with a sunset as background.
An alternative shot of the level transmitter (Level Indicator and Controller) with a sunset as background.

Old school but still practical equipment from before a time of computers and automated processes.
Old school but still practical equipment from before a time of computers and automated processes.

A massive project to install new pipes, siphon and flowmeters. Yes, I got a tad muddy going in there...
A massive project to install new pipes, siphon and flowmeters. Yes, I got a tad muddy going in there...

It's rare to be able to see a flowmeter in one of Dunea their main transportation pipes. Very impressive!
It's rare to be able to see a flowmeter in one of Dunea their main transportation pipes. Very impressive!

Trying something else here: whenever I photographed Dunea employees I tried making them unrecognisable.
Trying something else here: whenever I photographed Dunea employees I tried making them unrecognisable.

To take this shot I crawled under the massive piping underlining one of Dunea their final water processing plants. It felt like being in the belly of the beast with water rushing rushing to and fro.
To take this shot I crawled under the massive piping underlining one of Dunea their final water processing plants. It felt like being in the belly of the beast with water rushing rushing to and fro.

Another level transmitter in a plant that processes river water as one of the first steps towards making drinking water.
Another level transmitter in a plant that processes river water as one of the first steps towards making drinking water.

This didn't fit my assignment, but how could I possibly ignore this beautiful piece of architectural symmetry from the '50's!
This didn't fit my assignment, but how could I possibly ignore this beautiful piece of architectural symmetry from the '50's!


Assignment: more interior office design