327 West 85th Street, New York. There one can find the workshop of one Rútur Egilson. Pictured is the main workshop. Here, one can find plenty of materials and equipment for any technological problem that they may come across. There's even a gigantic fan. It gets pretty warm in the workshop, especially in the summer. On the wall are framed posters of different superheroes, with a poster of Ulfberht holding the place of honour above Rútur's work desk. Scattered around the workshop are several toolboxes carrying plenty of tools, just in case one Rútur is using breaks. There's also a first aid station next to Rútur's desk, just in case. This is just one part of the workshop. There's one area of the shop not many have seen, particularly if they don't fight crime.
Though constantly cluttered, this secret chamber is a tiny bit more sophisticated than the workshop the public sees. His father's super friends assisted in putting together this "super-workshop". It is down here that Rútur does most of his inventing. There's a firing area against one wall for testing weapons, a mannequin, should he ever wish to attempt making a suit of armour, and various bits of more advanced machinery donated from Ulfberht and his techie pals. Two mobile robotic arms named "Hugin" and "Munin" aid Rútur in his work down here. There are no posters down here, just a picture of Ulfberht with his arm around a younger Rútur. There's all sorts of sensitive technology around, most of it in pieces, not to mention...a mini-bar! Being a mechanic is thirsty work, after all.
Above the workshop, Rútur has a studio apartment, decorated to resemble his family home in Iceland. It's got all the standard parts of an apartment: living area, kitchen, dining area, bedroom (which doubles as a study) and bathroom. A large bookshelf lines the wall adjacent to the kitchen, full of novels and boxes of comics old and new. An organised DVD rack is positioned above the TV. The fridge can be found by the kitchen, and is filled with food and drink. Rútur has attempted to make the apartment seem welcoming for any visitors.