Architecture photographer Simone Bossi has been capturing the subtle angles of skylights and staircases at the newly opened underground gallery at the V&A. Creating a series of restricted viewpoints, Bossi focuses on the glimpses of light reflecting off the geometric structure, throwing attention to the lesser-noticed details of corners, patterns and angles that the space boasts. The gallery, designed by Amanda Levete and her firm AL_A, opened at the end of June and is now open to the public.  See Bossi’s work below: