Wes Anderson’s films are known for their detailed symmetry, pastel colours and fantastical elements. While his sets and filming aesthetic are carefully curated in Hollywood, you can actually find real world locations that look like they’re lifted right from his set designs, and they’re all curated on this Instagram page called “Accidentally Wes Anderson.” These are blowing my mind.
Let’s start with the Eastern Columbia House – Los Angeles, CA.
Bristol Temple Meads – Bristol, England.
Singapore Badminton Hall – Geylang, Singapore.
Palazzo Doria-Tursi – Genoa, Italy.
Jane Hotel – New York, New York.
Wat Mangkon Kamalawat – Bangkok, Thailand.
Pine Forest Camp – Greeley, Pennsylvania.
Anglesey Abbey – Cambridge, England.
Teleférico de Orizaba – Orizaba, Mexico.
Château Pichon Longueville Baron – Bordeaux, France.
Hammetschwand Lift – Bürgenstock, Switzerland.
Kyiv Metro – Kyiv, Ukraine.
Archbishop’s Palace – Valletta, Malta.
Palace Theatre – Crossville, Tennessee.
Rivertown Lodge – Hudson, NY.
Bunthäuser Spitze Light – Hamburg, Germany.
Robert’s Cottages – Oceanside, California.
National Library of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland.
Delaware & Ulster Railroad – Arkville, New York.
Sheringham Railway Station – Norfolk, England.
Gramercy Typewriter Co. – New York, New York.
Central Market – Kuala Lampur, Malaysia.
Moseley Road Baths – Birmingham, England.
Fenway Park – Boston, Mass.
National Museum of Ravenna – Ravenna, Italy.
Grandhotel Giessbach – Brienz, Switzerland.
Castle of Good Hope – Cape Town, South Africa.
Teatro Alessandro Bonci – Cesena, Italy.
Spišsky Hrhov Manor House – Spiš, Slovakia.
Blue Mosque – Yerevan, Armenia,
Gulmarg Gondola – Jammu and Kashmir, India.
Grand Hotel – Stockholm, Sweden.
Juanda Airport – Sidoarjo, Indonesia.
Navigazione Lago D’orta – Lake Orta, Italy.
Marshall Street Baths – London, England.
Húsavík Light – Húsavík, Iceland.