Designing for 007

All James Bond films require two ingredients, a villain and a lair from which they can
launch their attempt at world domination.

Production designer Sir Ken Adam was behind many of these, and here he shares his
thoughts on two of his most celebrated sets.

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Photographed, recorded and produced by Emma Lynch and Phil Coomes
Archive photos copyright Getty Images, Rex Features and the Ronald Grant Archive/EON Productions.
Ken Adam Designs the Movies, James Bond and Beyond by Ken Adam and Christopher Frayling is published by Thames and Hudson


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