Gunfire is quickly exchanged, leading to a high-intensity chase through the snow-covered forest which culminates with the light aircraft smashing through a chalet and into the side of the vehicles. Sitting on a concrete bench in the new James Bond museum – 007 Elements – I am watching the film which inspired its creation. The cinematic installation is located more than 10,000 feet above sea level at the summit of the Gaislachkogl mountain, which looms over the ski resort of Solden in the Austrian Alps. Scenes from Bond’s latest adventure – Spectre – were shot here in early 2015, and one local businessman was determined his hometown would not disappear from the spotlight. “I knew for us it was very good if they filmed here in Solden, but what then?” says Jakob Falkner, who runs the mountain’s cable car company, Bergbahnen Solden, which owns the new museum building. “For me, it was quite clear that we had to do something.” The result is a E10million-plus brutalist-style bunker carved into the mountainside, designed by Innsbruck-based architect Johann Obermoser. Sitting in permafrost, it has the appearance of a villain’s lair. There are nine zones in total, with the content closer to a… Read full this story
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