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  • steen ostergaardThe Spy Who Loved Me chairs

    The 291 Armchair By Steen Ostergaard

    Steen Ostergaard designed the A-line 291 armchair for Cado. As seen in The Spy Who Loved Me, it’s futuristic and organic at the same time. The back view looks like a laughing open-mouthed face. Made of injection moulded fiberglass reinforced Polyamide with cushioned seating.

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    Lair: Radical Homes And Hideouts Of Movie Villains (Book)

    There is something seriously disturbing and cold when it comes to the hideouts of movie villains. If you’re curious to see how they designed and came up with those places, then the book Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains is the one for you. As seen in Blade Runner 2049, get engrossed now.

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    Ken Adam Designs The Movies: James Bond And Beyond (Book)

    To call him a genius is just as normal as the sun rises every day. Ken Adams, the most sought-after production designer of his time, challenged the way we think. The Ken Adams book will take you to the events that made his concepts into unique and captivating set designs.

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    The Futuristic Elda Chair

    The Elda chair was designed by Cesare Joe Colombo in 1965 and was said to be named after his wife, Elda. He took inspiration from visiting a shipyard making fiberglass hulls for boats. The Elda chair has a body formed from fiberglass and the seat and backrest from cushioned leather. The cushions are made to…