Marcelo Cáceres||||||||The agency’s own photography turns each unit into an ‘aquarium’ for passers-by|Separate units, each with their own easy-to-control environments, occupy the vast factory space|Each unit is suspended by steel cables anchored to existing trusses|Units are fitted out for different purposes, such as the staff canteen|Individual units are constructed from lightweight industrial panels|The photographic studios shoot anything from fashion to wildlife|Parts of the original salt factory were deliberately left untouched||

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