Modernist Architecture in Film

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.