Todos los que vimos alguna vez una película de Wes Anderson nos enamoramos de las locaciones elegidas por el director. La arquitectura, la paleta de colores y paisajes elegidos nunca pasan desapercibidos, marcando un sello que lo distingue del resto.

Es por esta razón que los Instagramers no paran de encontrar lugares en que podría haber filmado el creador de Royal Tenenbaums y Moonrise Kingdom. Lo hacen bajo el hashtag #AccidentalWesAnderson y también hay una cuenta “oficial” con todos los lugares.

El creador del perfil, Willi Koval, indicó a todos aquellos deseosos de cooperar que lo que necesitan para pertenecer al grupo de Wes Anderson es:

“Un espacio con una composición simétrica, una paleta de colores pastel y un toque de nostalgia”

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Wildflower Hall | Shimla, India | c. 1876 • • The Wildflower Hall Hotel is a luxury hotel constructed on the site of the summer residence of Lord Kitchener of Khartoum • • While the original building was ruined by a fire, a second building was constructed at the present site • • The location was owned and used as a retreat by numerous Lords and Ladies, most famously the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forces, Lord Kitchener • • In 1909, after Lord Kitchener returned to England, Wildflower Hall was sold and in 1925, after demolishing the old house, a three-storey hotel was erected in its place • • The hotel was taken over by the Indian Government, and the Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation ran the Hotel until another fire burned the the structure to the ground in 1993 • • The present building is the third structure to reside on the Wildflower Hall site, and operates as a luxury hotel • • Know more? Please comment below! • • ?: @abhinavk_ • • #WesAnderson

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Tower Theater | Roseville, California | c. 1940 • The Tower Theater was originally opened in 1940 with a seating capacity of 1,100 • • Although a fire destroyed the entire east balcony in 1955, the theater operated successfully until it was abandoned in the early 1980s • • In 1989, philanthropists bought the theater and donated it to the City of Roseville with one stipulation: it be used as a venue to promote the arts • The theater operated this way through massive renovations in 2005 until the operating company went bankrupt in 2010. The nonprofit Stand Out Talent eventually took over and now showcases various live theater events and classic movies today• • Have more history? Please comment below! • ?: @alecmtucker

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Moomin House | Naantali, Finland | c. 1993

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