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WOT needs lavishly decorated interior/exterior spaces, halls, rooms.


Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg has jaw-dropping rooms, they can do many interior shoots there.
the Royal Palace of Caserta
The Royal Albert Hall
Neues Rathaus, Hannover https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Neues_Rathaus_Hannover,_Innenansicht.jpg
Montreal City Hall
St. Stephen's Basilica, Budapest https://travelpast50.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/transept-saint-stephen-budapest.jpg
Doge's Palace, Venice (Courtyard)
Doge's Palace, Genoa
Vatican
Moszna Castle, Poland
Nordkirchen Castle
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
The main reading room of the Library of Congress, Washington
Thomas Jefferson Building
The United States Capitol rotunda
Ludwigsburg Palace
Union Station Washington DC
Arlington National Cemetery Amphitheather
Cour Carrée
Place des Vosges ("corridors")
Hôtel de Sully
The Denon Wing of the Louvre Museum
L’église Saint-Eustache
etc


What buildings would you like to see in the adaptation?

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The Neues Rathaus is exactly how I imagine the White Tower to look inside!

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La Sagrada Familia - looks like something Ogier-built. :P The Spanish steps in Rome, maybe as the "entrance" to the White tower?

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22 hours ago, Elgee said:

The Neues Rathaus is exactly how I imagine the White Tower to look inside!

 

It really looks stunning.

 

I think it is cheaper to filming in real sites, just drop at them a little cgi, and voilà, we have the 'perfect' result. We only need small portions from each building to create a good enough illusion.

 

19 hours ago, OlwenaSedai said:

La Sagrada Familia - looks like something Ogier-built. :P The Spanish steps in Rome, maybe as the "entrance" to the White tower?

 

That's what I'm talking about. Using a bit from here, then mix it up with another bit from there.

 

TVs do things like this all the time, for example when Rowan Atkinson took a walk in Maigret (which is a terrible series - I have only wathced a few minutes from it: where is my Jean Gabin?!), as a Hungarian it was so funny to see him walking at least 6-8 different locations with just a few steps. :smile:

 

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There's a lot or architecture in Barcelona that looks very Ogier built. It's like I imagine Tar Valon would look like.

 

The Fish Market, maybe?

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There's another Spanish architect who designs absolutely amazing, what I call "Ogier dwellings". I posted about it in this thread some time ago, but you can also look it up directly here.

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