ADG Excellence in Production Design Award

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ADG Excellence in
Production Design Awards
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Awarded forExcellence in production design and art direction by members of the Art Directors Guild
Country United States
Presented byArt Directors Guild
First awarded1996
Websitehttp://www.artdirectors.org/

The ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards are awards presented annually by the Art Directors Guild (ADG) to recognize excellence in production design and art direction in the film and television industries. Honorees are presented with an award made by New York firm, Society Awards.

Film[edit]

Feature Film (1996-1999)[edit]

Period or Fantasy Film (2000-2005)[edit]

Period Film (2006-present)[edit]

Fantasy Film (2006-present)[edit]

Contemporary Film (2000-present)[edit]

Animated Film (2017-present)[edit]

Television[edit]

TV Series (1996-1999)[edit]

Single Camera Series (2000-2007)[edit]

One-Hour Single Camera Series (2008-2013)[edit]

One-Hour Period or Fantasy Single-Camera Television Series (2014-present)[edit]

One-Hour Contemporary Single-Camera Television Series (2014-present)[edit]

  • 2014: True Detective (for "The Locked Room", "Form and Void") by production designer Alex DiGerlando
  • 2015: House of Cards (for "Chapter 29", "Chapter 36") by production designer Steve Arnold
  • 2016: Mr. Robot (for "eps2.0_unm4sk-pt1.tc", "eps2.4_m4ster-slave.aes", "eps2.9_pyth0n-pt1.p7z”") by production designer Anastasia White
  • 2017: The Handmaid's Tale (for "Offred", "Birth Day", "Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum”") by production designer Julie Berghoff
  • 2018: The Handmaid's Tale (for "June", "Unwomen") by production designers Mark White and Elisabeth Williams
  • 2019: The Umbrella Academy (for "We Only See Each Other at Weddings and Funerals") by production designer Mark Worthington

Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series (2008 to present)[edit]

  • 2008: Weeds (for "Excellent Treasures") by production designer Joseph P. Lucky
  • 2009: Weeds (for "Ducks and Tigers") by production designer Joseph P. Lucky
  • 2010: Modern Family (for "Halloween") by production designer Richard Berg
  • 2011: Modern Family (for "Express Christmas") by production designer Richard Berg
  • 2012: Girls (for "Pilot") by production designer Judy Becker
  • 2013: Veep (for "Helsinki") by production designer Jim Gloster
  • 2014: Silicon Valley (for "Articles of Incorporation", "Signaling Risk", "Optimal Tip-to-Tip Efficiency") by production designer Richard Toyon
  • 2015: The Muppets (for "The Ex-Factor", "Pig's in a Blackout") by production designer Denise Pizzini
  • 2016: Mozart in the Jungle (for "Now I Will Sing") by production designer Tommaso Ortino
  • 2017: GLOW (for "Pilot", "The Wrath of Kuntar", "The Dusty Spur") by production designer Todd Fjelsted
  • 2018: GLOW (for "Viking Funeral") by production designer Todd Fjelsted
  • 2019: Russian Doll (for "Nothing in This World is Easy") by production designer Michael Bricker

Multi-Camera, Variety, or Unscripted Series (2000-2013)[edit]

Multi-Camera Series (2014-present)[edit]

  • 2014: The Big Bang Theory (for "The Locomotive Manipulation", "The Convention Conundrum", "The Status Quo Combustion") by production designer John Shaffner
  • 2015: The Big Bang Theory (for "The Mystery Date Observation", "The Platonic Permutation", "The Skywalker Incursion") by production designer John Shaffner'
  • 2016: The Great Indoors (for "Pilot") by production designer Glenda Rovello
  • 2017: Will & Grace (for "11 Years Later", "A Gay Olde Christmas") by production designer Glenda Rovello
  • 2018: Sesame Street (for "Book Worming," "The Count's Counting Error," "Street Food") by production designer David Gallo
  • 2019: The Big Bang Theory (for "The Stockholm Syndrome," "The Conference Valuation," "The Propagation Proposition") by production designer John Shaffner

Variety, Competition, Reality, or Game Show Series (2014-2016)[edit]

Awards Show, Variety, Music, or Non-Fiction Program (1997-2011)[edit]

Awards, Music, or Game Shows (2012-2013)[edit]

Awards or Event Special (2014-2016)[edit]

Variety or Reality or Event Special (2017-present)[edit]

  • 2017: Portlandia (for "Portland Secedes", "Ants", "Fred's Cell Phone Company") by production designer Schuyler Telleen
  • 2018: 90th Academy Awards by production designer Derek McLane
  • 2019: Drunk History (for "Are You Afraid of the Drunk") by production designer Monica Sotto

Television Movie or Limited Series (1997-present)[edit]

Short Format, Live Action Series (2013)[edit]

Short Format: Web Series, Music Video or Commercial (2004-present)[edit]

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