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==The Pilot==
 
==The Pilot==
 
In the original pilot the scenes in Castle's Loft were filmed in New York.  The set was considerably different to what we know as Castle's loft today.
 
In the original pilot the scenes in Castle's Loft were filmed in New York.  The set was considerably different to what we know as Castle's loft today.
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==Seasons 1-3==
 
==Seasons 1-3==
Set designer [[Alfred Sole]] designed Castle's Loft which is now used in the series.  The set is built on stage 12 at Raleigh Studios in Los Angeles.
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[[File:Castles-Loft.jpg|thumb|right|© 2009 CastleTV.net]]Set designer [[Alfred Sole]] designed Castle's Loft which is now used in the series.  The set is built on stage 12 at Raleigh Studios in Los Angeles.
  
 
In season 2 the Loft underwent some minor design changes including semi-transparent panels being added to the entry way.
 
In season 2 the Loft underwent some minor design changes including semi-transparent panels being added to the entry way.

Revision as of 20:24, 6 October 2010

The Pilot

In the original pilot the scenes in Castle's Loft were filmed in New York. The set was considerably different to what we know as Castle's loft today.

We see a large room with polished floorboards and a stylish Grand Piano. We also see Castle pushing Alexis down a long hall where framed posters of his book covers feature on the walls. Castle's office appears much smaller.

Seasons 1-3

© 2009 CastleTV.net
Set designer Alfred Sole designed Castle's Loft which is now used in the series. The set is built on stage 12 at Raleigh Studios in Los Angeles.

In season 2 the Loft underwent some minor design changes including semi-transparent panels being added to the entry way.

The Staircase Photograph

© 2009 CastleTV.net
The large staircase photograph in Castle's Study is called "Lucee Charlemagne Staircase, Down View" and it is from Voila! Art for the Modern Eye.

You can contact Voila! Gallery at (323) 954-0418 for details.

They come in 3 sizes 17×22 / 32×48 and the one behind Castles desk is the 48×72 and that is $5000 dollars