Your mission: to achieve the summit of Gaislachkogl mountain. Once there, discover the home of a hanging new exhibition devoted to 007, constructed into the height overlooking the Austrian Alps in a construction resembling a Bond villain’s lair.
Due to open on July 12, 007 Elements is an immersive attraction that locations guests contained in the world of certainly one of cinema’s favorite motion heroes, celebrating the work of Bond set designer Sir Ken Adams and behind-the-scenes footage from the movies. Also on show are movie props and interactive reveals that “that places visitors inside the world of 007”.
The Gaislachkogl ski resort in Sölden was one of many areas for Spectre, the 24th Bond movie launched in 2015, which featured a powerful chase scene shot over 5 weeks on the mountain, that includes an plane and a fleet of Range Rovers.
Filming additionally happened on the futuristic Ice-Q restaurant, which grew to become the Hoffler Klinik within the movie, which is subsequent to the brand new set up.
The exhibition focuses on Spectre which was shot in Sölden Photograph: Kristopher Grunert
Austrian architect Johann Obermoser – who designed Ice-Q and likewise the cable automobile station that takes guests to the summit – took inspiration from Bond villain lairs when designing the exhibition area, a stark, modern construction constructed into the mountaintop. Only the doorway, exit, two home windows and a viewing plaza are seen from the surface.
Speaking to Architectural Digest, Obermoser described the challenges of constructing at altitude: “The permafrost at this elevation, the geological fault lines, and the exposed location on the peak created huge challenges during the build,” he stated.
“The snowfall prevented us from getting vehicles to the site, so we ended up having to fly the concrete in by helicopter.”