Architect Breaks Down Why Movie Villains Live In Ultra-Modern Houses | Architectural Digest

Today AD is joined by architect Valery Augustin to break down ultra-modern movie villain lairs. Often displaying Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired modernist designs, 360 views, and lavish interiors, movie villains always seem to live in the coolest houses on the block. Take an in-depth look at the architectural details and inspirations behind iconic villain lairs in James Bond, The Big Lebowski, Charlie’s Angels, and more.

Director: Hiatt Woods

Director of Photography: Grant Bell

Editor: Leticia Villarinho

Host: Valery Augustin

Producer: Skylar Economy

Line Producer: Joe Buscemi

Associate Producer: Josh Crowe; Landrie Hatcher

Production Manager: Peter Brunette

Production Coordinator: Kariesha Kidd

Camera Operator: Lucas Villicich

Audio Engineer: Will Miller

Post Production Supervisor: Andrew Montague

Post Production Coordinator: Holly Frew

Supervising Editor: Christina Mankellow

Additional Editor: William Long

Assistant Editor: Billy Ward

00:41 North By Northwest

03:46 Body Double & Charlie’s Angels

06:33 The Big Lebowski

08:49 Goldfinger

11:30 Batman V Superman

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