The penthouse set was built on a soundstage in New Mexico; views outside of the Chrysler Building were added digitally. There are soft touches like shag rug and orchids because Tony is in a relationship with Gwyneth Paltrow’s Pepper. According to the film’s art director, William Hunter, that’s a prototype helmet from the first Iron Man suit on the pedestal, a reference to Tony’s workshop. For the fireplace, production designer James Chinlund conceived a Noguchi sculpture. “We joked that Tony would fly in Noguchi to sculpt it,” said Hunter. (via Parade)
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