Chad Oppenheim is a Miami-based architect whose work has been praised for its ability to transform the prosaic into the poetic. A graduate of Cornell University and a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Oppenheim has lectured widely and has taught at several architecture schools, including Harvard University's Graduate School of Design. In 1999, he founded Oppenheim Architecture (Miami, Basel, New York), which has garnered global recognition for large-scale urban architecture, hotels and resorts, private residences, interiors, and furnishings. Oppenheim Architecture has received more than seventy industry awards and distinctions.
Andrea Gollin is an editor, publishing consultant, and
writer. She has edited dozens of books and exhibitions catalogues,
including Robert Winthrop Chanler: Discovering the Fantastic
(The Monacelli Press). She is a graduate of Princeton University
and received an MFA from the writing program at the University of
Virginia. Her journalism, book criticism, and fiction have been
The 10 Books That Got Us through the Madness: "From futuristic
fantasies to deathtrap-laden hives, the book revisits dangerous
dens from 15 films . . . all of which receive Carlos Fueyo's
striking black-and-white illustrative treatment. As the pandemic
has almost everyone doom scrolling and Netflix binging, these
envy-inducing environs offered momentary delusions of
grandeur." -- "Surface"
"Perfectly tailored for enjoying the finer points of what winter holidays are about . . . Chad Oppenheim's Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains celebrates and explores the architecture of evil by examining the designs of bad-guy bases from 15 iconic films."
-- "Canadian Interiors 2020 Gift Guide"