Our experience confirms the power of visualisations. Images, when applied correctly, often work better than text. Therefore, we prefer and frequently use images. They serve as explanations and help to put ideas on paper with clients and stakeholders, merging them into a coherent, beautiful, and shared visions.

The illustrators of Stroming 

Peter Veldt, (landscape) designer and GIS specialist:

Design possibilities are continuously expanding. It's exciting to follow new developments and see if they add value to our work. I aim for a realistic representation, utilizing a combination of various computer techniques to achieve it.

Dirk Oomen, landscape architect:

A collaborative design session is the most effective and inspiring way in the proces to a widely accepted plan. With pen and pencil, I capture the essence of the idea on paper, then elaborate and share it.

Due to Peter and Dirk's experience with various techniques, they are capable of creating the appropriate type of image for each process and product.

Design sketches and development plans 

Design sketches and layout plans play a central role in almost all landscape processes. Collaborative sketching with stakeholders is faster and more effective than trying to capture everyone's desires in words. Moreover, the product truly becomes a joint effort.

Impressions and  photomontages

A possible final image of a design or concept in a bird's-eye-view montage presents an atmospheric impression that a map cannot convey. Our impressions range from sketchy handwork to detailed photomontages. Our largest photomontage was 3 by 4 meters and served as a conversation starter during an international Wadden conference.

Technical illustrations 

Technical illustrations, often based on GIS and CAD, are particularly suitable for calculations (e.g., volumes) and during the implementation of a design.


We increasingly create infographics, combining images with explanatory texts.

Conceptual drawings

Concept sketches make processes comprehensible. What does the implementation look like? How does a weir function? At what river discharges do floodplains inundate? And so on.

Information panels 

In informative visuals, imagery naturally takes a central role. We handle the entire process, from the initial idea to panel delivery.

Interactive sites

Some topics are better presented as interactive sites than as reports. Users can navigate through the results, combine images, and compare maps themselves. An interactive site can also be a continuous adaptable document, with elements continually added. We can provide hosting or deliver the entire product for placement on the client's website. 

Interactive pdf's

Similar to an interactive site, users can access information via pop-ups, but all on one simple page. Distribution is easier and in-house, but the capabilities are limited compared to interactive sites.