Charles William Breen's Interesting Facts

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1 Deckard's apartment, drawn by set designer Charles William Breen and built on stage at Warner Bros., was inspired by the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Ennis-Brown House in Los Angeles. Breen actually had plaster casts taken from the textile blocks of the Wright-designed house and used them for the walls in the stage set.
2 Is a member of SAG.
3 Is an avid fan of Formula One racing
4 Decided he wanted to become an architect when he was 11 and began studying architecture at a school for boys when he was 13.
5 Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Art Directors Branch)
6 In addition to a background in architecture and interior and graphic design, he has an extensive knowledge of fine art photography.
7 Began his career in the motion picture industry at Universal Studios as a set designer at the age of 21 when encouraged to do so by Academy Award winning production designer, John DeCuir.
8 Studied architecture and design at Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan while working for the architectural firm, Swanson Associates when he was 20.
9 His mentors include Academy Award winning Production Designers Dean Tavoularis, Ken Adam, Stuart Craig, Terence Marsh and Patrizia von Brandenstein.
10 Worked with Pipsan Saarinen, sister of architect Eero Saarinen and daughter of Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen, founder of the Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Sources:
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