“The most important WeWork set was the massive headquarters where Adam reigned as master of his domain, and for that [production designer Amy Williams] had to strike a balance between reality and the show’s dramatic and visual needs. “We had images of what the real headquarters looked like, and one thing I really gravitated towards were these bright blue sofas,” Williams said. “We started finding out who made the products, but we also needed to take some creative license to make this more cinematic. We came up with this concept of having three levels with staircases leading everywhere, almost like an MC Escher drawing, and we put Adam’s big glass fishbowl office at the top so that he could address his disciples with the status of a kind of preacher.”

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