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Five Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was an Unsung Architectural Genius

Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan-, Gawker Media

Five Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock Was an Unsung Architectural Genius

From the wall of apartments in Rear Window to the Golden Gate Bridge in Vertigo, Alfred Hitchcock was nothing short of obsessed with architecture and space. Hitchcock exploited both to create incredible psychological tension in his films-our friends at Architizer take a look at his architectural legacy, below.

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