07/12/2013 08:27 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Aaron Sorkin, 'The Newsroom' Creator, Has An Office That's Right Out Of Old Hollywood (PHOTOS)

With the season two premiere of HBO's "The Newsroom," on Sunday July 14, we only found it appropriate to bring you a tour of Aaron Sorkin's, the creator, amazing Los Angeles office featured in Architectural Digest.

When a man is responsible for hit television shows like "The West Wing" and movies such as "A Few Good Men," you know he needs an incredible work space to get creative. And who better to help with that than designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard?

Bullard's use of neutral colors, dark wood cabinetry and vintage furniture give this space a completely old-Hollywood feeling. "Aaron loves that 1940s writer’s atelier vibe, so I designed the space as a cross between a classic Hollywood creative office and the executive suite of a studio powerhouse,” Bullard told the magazine.

Scroll through our photos to see his amazing space, and be sure to head over to Architectural Digest for more information.

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