2021 / Architecture
‘Bauhaus’ provides a crisp, refined and minimal light presence through a seven storey stairwell in Shoreditch’s Arnold House. Celebrating the purposeful aesthetic defined by the early 20th-century movement, forty cylinders of warm white light cascade through the central stairwell, each dipped in a warm red hue adding a bold dose of colour to the interior, increasing in saturation as the evening unfolds.
Descending almost 30 metres, the perspective is almost infinite when viewed from the ground floor – each fluted glass and black anodised construction gently illuminating the dramatic staircase.
Jonathan Banks is an award-winning British photographer with over 20 years’ experience in commercial and media photography. He enjoys collaborating with charitable organisations and NGOs on serious campaigns.
Jonathan has diversified over the years into photographing for corporate clients but continues to work with a handful of editorial publications. He has always worked with NGOs both in the U.K. and abroad. He is the longest serving British Red Cross photographer and has exhibited work in support of International Alert. Jonathan currently works with a stable of blue chip clients and NGOs.