Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs film sets influenced by metabolist architecture

The “hellish and beautiful” architecture of Wes Anderson’s new film Isle of Dogs takes its cues from the work of Japanese architect Kenzo Tange, says production designer Paul Harrod. Harrod worked with film director Anderson on the new stop-motion animation, which is about to hit cinemas worldwide. He told Dezeen that he studied Tange, as well as other … Continue reading Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs film sets influenced by metabolist architecture