Chad Oppenheim

founder of Miami-based Oppenheim Architecture + Design. He’s the author of “Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains.”

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Movie villains may want to blow up the planet. But they have great taste in architecture.

Why movie villains have the best houses

Movie villains may want to blow up the planet. But they have great taste in architecture.

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