Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Neal's Apartment

Since I've already mentioned the show, White Collar, in my previous post about the Schinasi Mansion, I thought I would elaborate on that location. In the show, it is the site of Neal's (one of the leading roles) apartment. Set designer Sheila Bock put together a space that fits perfectly with his character: the suave con-artist turned FBI consultant who has a taste for art and classic Sinatra style. These are the only pictures I could find, but if you watch the show, let your eyes wander away from the plot and browse the space surrounding the actors instead (because it looks much better on film).Can you imagine having this view and this, what would be million dollar, space in Manhattan?! And to think the character gets all of this for $700 a month! Truly the magic of television...
I love the eclecticism.

4 comments:

debi said...

Some set designers are pure magicians!! What a great space!

Cynthia at A Shimmy In My Spirit said...

I so love those sliding glass doors. Off to set my tiro so I can see more.

Fleur-de-Lis said...

wow, it looks amazing! it almosts invites us to live there :)

Ana Patricia said...

Its quite a creative space :) but at the same time it's not stiff you know?