Bond Inspired Interiors: What’s your Favourite?
Finally, the long overdue and much anticipated Bond movie is set to grace our cinema screens this week.
No Time to Die is the 25th Bond film to be made and is looking likely to be Daniel Craig’s last hurrah as 007. There has been much discussion and debate amongst the team at Coosh HQ as to the best Bond interiors.
The gentleman who was instrumental in creating some of the most iconic spaces was Ken Adams, who curated beautiful mid-century designs throughout the 60’s and 70’s. These seductive and exciting spaces feature a plethora of materials from the natural wood of Goldfinger’s Recreation Room, 1964 to the concrete postmodernist penthouse in Diamonds are Forever, 1971.
Diamonds are Forever
Through the years the slick styling and production remains faultless and the attention to detail in scenes, such as the chinoiserie of the Macau Hotel and Casino in Skyfall (2012), are still influential today.
What we can all agree on is that there are too many to choose from so here’s a selection for your perusal.
What’s your favourite?
We’d love to know… email us.
You Only Live Twice
The Spy Who Loved Me
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