Lair: Homes & Hideouts of Movie Villains

The word lair might be a fun way to describe your man cave, but thanks to Hollywood, it’s a term most relevant to the homesteads or base of operations for many of our favourite villains.

Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains explores and reminisces on 15 of the most iconic structures to appear on the silver screen. We’re talking lairs like the Death Star through to Karl Stromberg’s reborn Atlantis in The Spy Who Loved Me. These impressive homes contribute to a must-read coffee table book perfect for architecture buffs and film fans alike.

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Across its gorgeous black pages, you’ll find silver ink illustrations, renderings, photos, essays, and more, going in-depth on 15 of cinemas most famous bad guy residences.

The lengthy hardcover book also includes contributions from and/or interviews with architect Chad Oppenheim, filmmaker Michael Mann, culture writer Sir Christopher Frayling, art director Ralph Eggleston, and film producer Richard Donner.

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If you crave a coffee table book that will actually turn heads and become the talking point of your living room, Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains is the way to go.

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Lair: Homes & Hideouts of Movie Villains

Lair: Homes & Hideouts of Movie Villains

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