New images have been
released of the interior of 007 ELEMENTS, the new James Bond cinematic
installation built inside the summit of the Gaislachkogl Mountain in
Sölden, Austria. Housed in a striking new architectural structure,
designed and created by Obermoser Architects, 007 ELEMENTS is an
interactive, immersive and educational experience that places visitors
inside the world of 007 while revealing how that world is made. It opens
to the public on 12 July 2018.
BARREL OF THE GUN
Visitors enter 007 ELEMENTS via the Barrel of the Gun, an atmospheric
anteroom. This space focuses on two fundamentals that are synonymous with
the James Bond films, innovative title sequences and dramatic,
In the open-air Plaza, the imposing angles of the building’s architecture
frame the mountain panorama. The sharp angles recall the work of famed
Bond Production Designer Sir Ken Adam who was the primary influence on the
The Lobby echoes the type of antechamber that Bond often enters upon his
arrival at a villain’s lair. It features an exclusive film that is
narrated by Skyfall and Spectre Director Sam Mendes, which
takes the visitor through the history of the James Bond films, from Dr.
No to Spectre. Mendes also describes his own personal
connection to the series.
This room features an innovative piece of immersive digital theatre
designed to showcase the characters and dialogue from the Bond films in a
fresh and exciting way.
Actress Naomie Harris, who plays Moneypenny, narrates an exclusive film
that explains how the series’ scriptwriting has led to location choices,
and how these locations have, in turn, inspired some of the series’ most
iconic studio sets. Special attention is given to the locations that form
the story-scape for Spectre’s Austrian action sequence.
This spectacular glass viewing space looks north over the Gletscherstraße,
a filming location that was used in Spectre.
The Tech Lab explores some of the cutting-edge technology that features in
the Bond films. This state-of-the-art space allows visitors to interact
with the technology and to explore some of the legacy props and digital
creativity used in a James Bond production.
This is an installation that centres on the work of the special effects
and stunt departments. It features the front portion of the aircraft that
Bond pilots in Spectre. Visitors will also get a behind-the-scenes look at
the exact make-up of Spectre’s thrilling mountain chase sequence.
In the Screening Room guests can watch the Austrian action sequence from
Spectre with a fresh understanding of how it was created.
The Legacy Gallery allows visitors to discover an extensive 007 archive
through interactive touch screens that dip into EON Productions’ archive
vault. Exclusive 007 merchandise is also available for purchase.