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  1. on set
    Curb Your Enthusiasm - 2000
    Good-bye to the Enduringly Beige Interiors of Curb Your EnthusiasmThrough 12 seasons, Larry stuck with what he liked: wrought iron, stone, an overstuffed couch.
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    Maestro
    How to Build a House for Leonard BernsteinMaestro production designer Kevin Thompson on filming in the conductor’s actual Connecticut home (and going through his junk drawers).
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    A Chat With the Designer of The CurseBuilding passive houses and start-up-inspired sofas for Benny Safdie.
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    How Do You Rebuild a Nazi’s House?For The Zone of Interest, a crew meticulously studied Rudolf Höss’s actual house, then created a replica down the street.
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    Leave the World Behind’s Apocalyptic AirbnbA modern farmhouse in Old Westbury, Long Island, was just what the design team wanted for the collapse of civilization.
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    Beef Gets the Design World RightFrom its bland, beige Calabasas minimalism to gloopy vases.
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    The Watcher in The Watcher Is (Probably) a Trad-Arch GuyThey don’t just have strong opinions about your countertops.
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    The Best Part of ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Is the Set DesignMid-century Palm Springs stands in for a utopia that devolves into something sinister.
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    Building the Corporate Menace of SeveranceSaarinen’s impeccable Bell Labs campus conveys the terror of utopian office design.
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    What Went Into Building The Gilded Age’s 19th-Century New YorkSometimes it’s CGI. Other times it’s a soundstage. And it can also be another city that stands in for the long-lost Upper East Side.