The word “lair” doesn’t technically have a negative connotation, yet most people immediately relate it to villains. The structures featured in Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains have a lot to do with that. Across its black pages, you’ll find silver ink illustrations, renderings, photos, essays, and more, going in-depth on 15 of film’s most famous bad guy residences. It also includes contributions from and/or interviews with Chad Oppenheim, Michael Mann, Sir Christopher Frayling, Ralph Eggleston, and Richard Donner. From the iconic Death Star to Karl Stromberg’s reborn Atlantis in The Spy Who Loved Me, these impressive homes are ideal studies for architecture buffs and film fans alike.