Last week, we looked at one U.K.-based animator's brilliant virtual tour of a townhouse that was published in a '60s Playboy feature. Today, Apartment Therapy makes yet another connection, likening the townhouse to the new Roman Coppola/Wes Anderson-directed Stella Artois commercial. It seems Playboy enough in tone—Ad Age bills the storyline as "a young man brings a date home to his a '60s-era European apartment, replete with a console that controls the lighting, furniture and televisions." In the mod digs: uber-bachelor furniture like a revolving sofa. Heif would be proud, indeed. Have a look at the commercial above.
· Wes Anderson & Roman Coppola's Swingin' Stella Ad [Apartment Therapy]
· Animator Crafts Virtual Pad Based on 1961 Playboy Townhouse [Curbed National]
· Stella Artois Breaks Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola Commercial [Ad Age]