When designing Tony Stark’s house, the guideline the designers were given was to make it more “grease monkey” (inventor/mechanic) than futuristic, in order to keep the film realistic. J. Michael Riva took inspiration from the photographs of Julius Schulman, who was noted for photographs of 1950s and 1960s Los Angeles homes.

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