Legendary production designer Ken Adam died Thursday, March 10th, at the age of 95. Known for his Academy Award-winning work on films like The Madness of King George and Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon, the designer also served as a lynchpin in seven James Bond films during the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Ernst Stavro Blofeld’s island volcano hideout in You Only Live Twice (1967).
The casino from Dr. No (1962) where, for the very first time, we hear the phrase “Bond, James Bond”.
The vault at Fort Knox, as depicted in Goldfinger (1964).
The villianous lair of Karl Stromberg in The Spy Who Loved Me (1971).
Moonraker (1979) might be Adam’s finest work. Pictured here is the nefarious launch complex of Hugo Drax.
SPECTRE’s conference room from Thunderball (1965).