Let's start at the elevators. I LOVE old sliding glass door elevators. Do I love riding in them for real? NO. But boy are they amazing looking. Seldom seen on camera, you can see how the Production Designer detailed the interior and exterior metal work to give it that great age and feel of the old building the office is set in.
From the elevators you move into the entry hall. The double glass doors at the end of the hall (on the left) lead out to the elevator. How many times have Harrison, Quinn or Huck stopped David (or some other bullish client) at these doors? This is the area where we saw the team hold David off when he came to arrest Sully St James and of course, where Quinn gave Harrison a dollar to represent her when David came calling for her as well.
Wait. If you don't know what I'm talking about, you better ask somebody. Or get your netflix account together. OK.
Large, vintage light fixtures line the ceilings and old sconces hang on the walls. Tall, wide moldings and the look of polished concrete floors are the details that you never really notice but all come together to make it feel like the old, dark, mysterious building it is supposed to be.
And with that, we've completed our tour of the Pope & Associates entry and main hall. Please leave your 3D glasses in the recycle bins on your way out and parking tickets may be validated with purchase at the gift shop. Bye now.
NEXT UP: THE ASSOCIATE'S OFFICES