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'Game of Thrones' Set Design: Crafting New Worlds for Season 5

“Game of Thrones” is one of the most ambitious TV series ever filmed, and production designer Deborah Riley has been responsible for the look of the show’s many realms since she replaced Gemma Jackson after season three. Riley reveals the thinking behind season fives’s “House of Black and White” set, and which unsung heroes make a huge contribution to the show’s atmosphere.

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