'Grand Budapest Hotel' Model Now at The Hollywood Museum


Adam Stockhausen, the Oscar®-winning production designer from The Grand Budapest Hotel, is pictured with the film's model

Last Updated: February 24, 2015 1:15 am GMT
(February 24, 2015) The Hollywood Museum, which houses the most extensive collection of Hollywood memorabilia in the world, today announced that the miniature model from the Oscar®-winning Grand Budapest Hotelis on exclusive display in the museum’s Celebration of Entertainment Awards Exhibit. Visitors will have a chance to view the bright-pink nine-feet by 14-feet model up close, which was created by Adam Stockhausen, who recently took home the Academy Award® for Best Production Design.

Adam Stockhausen, the Oscar®-winning production designer from The Grand Budapest Hotel, is pictured with the film's model

Adam stopped by The Hollywood Museum on Saturday to see his handiwork before speaking at The Art of Production Design Oscar-nominee panel hosted by the Art Directors Guild and the Set Decorators Society of America.

The Grand Budapest Hotel won a total of four Oscars including Best Production Design, Costume Design, Makeup and Hairstyling and Original Score.

The design of the film emerged from the collaboration between Wes Anderson and Adam Stockhausen. Stockhausen, who previously worked on The Darjeeling Limited, Moonrise Kingdom and Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave, knew this film would be a creative experience unlike any other. “We worked across these tiny, beautiful, little towns, and being there you become immersed completely in that world,” he says. “It became a very special journey.”

The Celebration of Entertainment Awards Exhibit, which opened February 4 and is scheduled to run through Sunday, April 26, offers visitors a chance to see hundreds of authentic costumes, props and memorabilia from nominated films and TV shows. Highlights include the Dodge Challenger driven by Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler, costumes worn by Amy Adams in Big Eyes, Frances McDormand’s mother-of-the-groom dress from Olive Kitteridge and the red leather jacket worn by Viola Davis in How to Get Away with Murder, among many others.

ABOUT THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM IN THE HISTORIC MAX FACTOR BUILDING: The Hollywood Museum in the Historic Max Factor Building houses over 10,000 real showbiz treasures showcasing more than 100 years of Hollywood history. The glamour of Hollywood legends is featured including Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks and Rudolph Valentino; the Golden Era’s Joan Crawford, Judy Garland and Katharine Hepburn; movie idols Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Carey Grant, Clark Gable and Elvis Presley; to today’s Hollywood stars including Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Leonardo DiCaprio, J. Lo, and George Clooney, among many others. Visit Hannibal Lecter's jail cell movie set from The Silence of the Lambs, the historic photo gallery featuring more than 1,000 vintage B&W photos, and the official Hollywood Walk of Fame exhibit. The Hollywood Museum is home to Max Factor's world-famous makeup rooms where Marilyn Monroe became a blonde and Lucille Ball first donned her signature red hair. The Hollywood Museum displays the most extensive collection of Hollywood costumes, star cars, props, posters, photographs and memorabilia in the world, and is a 501(3) non-profit corporation.

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