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Auric Stud Recreation Room
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- Goldfinger (1964)
- Ken Adam
- Oh sure, it may seem like a recreation room (or "rumpus room" in Ken Adams' drawing), but in fact, it's Auric Goldfinger's "situation" room, with all the schematics and plans for "Operation Grand Slam."
- It's also good for a lively game of pool.
- Plenty of room for a "hoods convention."
- It's a good place to get rid of unwanted guests!
- Where to start? Best to begin with the pool table, the playing surface of which can flip over to reveal an intricate control panel with which to begin the room's transformation.
- The pool table can pivot out of the way to make way for a sunken diorama of the area surrounding Ft. Knox.
- The far wall can recede to reveal a detailed floor-to-ceiling map of the military base around Ft. Knox.
- That large stainless steel fireplace can drop in place effectively sealing the room from the outside.
- The hardwood floor adds an old, traditional style.
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