Modernist Architecture in Film
on 14 August 2015
In celebration of Alfred Hitchcock—who created "sumptuous spaces for his characters to inhabit"—AnOther Magazine scoured films to find their favorite Modernist architecture on the silver screen. A style that's glamorous, ever-so-slightly kitsch and ultimately photogenic, Modernist creations from the Sheats Goldstein residence in "The Big Lebowksi" to the super-charming Googie Diner in "Pulp Fiction" made the cut. See more dreamy delights at AnOther.