Maybach I,II and Zeppelin were a series of above and underground bunkers built 20 kilometres south of Berlin in Wünsdorf to house the High Command of the Army and the Supreme Command of the Armed Forces during the Second World War. Maybach was a built between 1937 and 1939 as the threat of war loomed. The complex consisted of twelve three-storey buildings above ground designed to look from the air like local housing, and two floors of interlinked bunkers with two-foot thick walls below. Later in the Second World War, the site was further camouflaged by the use of netting. In my pictures, the sense of claustrophobia is strong. Overground lies a forrest. Underground, vertical and horizontal lines, long corridors and huge spaces complete an unknown image of a hidden, till now, fortress.