The Best Succession Interiors, Ranked

The fourth and final season of HBO’s hit series Succession premieres this coming Sunday, and while actor Brian Cox (Logan Roy) may be rejoicing its end, fans of interior design are certainly not. The show follows the internal power struggles of the fictional Waystar RoyCo media mogul Roy family, and this season will see Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Roman (Kieran Culkin), Shiv (Sarah Snook), or perhaps even Tom Wambsgans (Matthew Macfadyen) or Cousin Greg (Nicholas Hoult) finally come out on top in the line for the company throne. Succession’s jargon-heavy dialogue and fast-paced drama makes it hard to tear away from the cast of characters, but we’ve always got our eye on the scene sets. To play like the 1%, you’ve got to live like them too. These are the best Succession interiors, ranked, from the prior seasons.

5. Kendall’s War Room

The Roy children in Succession season three episode one.

Photo: David M. Russell / Courtesy of HBO

In the season three premiere, when I watched Kendall create a secession war room out of his ex-wife Rava’s (Natalie Gold) New York apartment, I was shocked. Two years prior, when it went up for sale, I toured Pavilion A, a 6,711-square-foot, five-bedroom, four-bath, and two–half bath apartment built on the 29th floor setback of the 1913 Cass Gilbert-designed Woolworth Tower, and apparently it still hadn’t sold yet by the time the Succession camera crew came in. Interiors legend Thierry Despont created this mansion in the sky, and its spiral staircase, copper-clad terraces, and stunning skyline views are instantly recognizable to any architecture aficionado.

4. Lady Caroline Collingwood’s Italian Remarriage Venue

Roman and Gerri (J. Smith-Cameron), season three, episode eight.

Photo: Graeme Hunter / Courtesy of HBO

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