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We're hard at work putting the finishing touches on our new home! The new Studio 1A will make its official debut on the show on Monday, Sept. 16.
It's been seven years since TODAY last revealed a new look for Studio 1A, and while the old studio served the team well, it was time for an update. Lead set designer Jeremy Conway and his crew were tasked with the revamp -- done in just 30 days.
The upgrades begin right at home base, where Matt and Savannah open the show each morning. The iconic space now has some new tricks, as it's able to rotate a full 360 degrees. The anchors can now begin their morning looking out the show's famous window on the world at the fans on the plaza.
We're also adding a new kind of window on the world — a virtual window, in the form of our new Orange Room, where the digital and broadcast worlds meet.
Hosted by Carson Daly, the Orange Room will get viewers connected to the anchors and guests.
The one-on-one interview area has played host to some of the biggest celebrities and news makers of our time, and features a warmer, updated look.
The studio also gets LED touchscreens, and Al Roker is super excited about it!
"We think its incredibly warm and inviting place," said Deborah Turness, president of NBC News. "It feels like home. It's our home."