The Academy Awards is known as one of the biggest award shows for the film industry. The academy highlights the achievements of actors, producers, writers and composers. However one category that seems to be looked over is “set design”. This year The Danish Girl has been nominated which highlights stunning backdrops from 1920’s Copenhagen, Paris, and Germany. Each location featuring beautiful design, antique furniture and stunningly accurate interiors.
The Copenhagen set was done wonderfully, the addition of antique easels and chairs really helps the historical accuracy of the piece. Architectural Digest sits down with the production designer Eve Stewart to discuss what went on behind the scenes to pull off this incredible period film.
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