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Monday, August 27, 2012

Floor plans of your fave TV show sets

Artist Inaki Aliste Lizarralde has gifted the world with real life floor plans of the imaginary worlds of some of our favorite television shows, including the apartments of SATC's Carrie Bradshaw and "Friends"' Monica Geller.

I don't remember that fab rug, do you?

"Friends" debuted the same year I graduated from design school, and even then I thought the Monica's place was an eyeball bleeder. It hasn't aged well.

Lizarralde has also drawn floor plans of the "Frasier" and "Big Bang Theory" sets, as well as "Batman"'s Wayne Manor, which looks more like a New Jersey McMansion than an elegant estate.


Liza said...

I love the question mark in Monica's place. I always wondered what was back there. I think there was one episode when something happened there, but I can't remember at all.

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

This is something the world has needed....and I am totally serious about that.

Juliab said...

Liza - the question mark signifies the "Monica" cupboard, where she jammed in all the stuff that she didn't have a space for. She was mortified by it - it was chocca full and messy - shock horror! I'm loving rewatching all the Friends episodes as my 11 year old is into them. Agree about Monica's place though, I always thought the purple walls were disgusting and didn't go with anything in the room.

A Perfect Gray said...

raina, you always find the best stuff...

Margaret said...

Yes, the "Monica closet!"
I couldn't stand it when Monica and Rachel lost the bet with Chandler and Joey, and switched apartments, yuk!

nik-neuk said...

Thank you very much for your post.
I would like to condemn here the attitude of Brandi Roberts, author of any of these drawings, which sells through its web Fantasy Floorplans.
This design diva is the responsible for which have eliminated my work of several websites.
She is calling to these sites to complain that my drawings are a copy of their simple blueprints.
Can someone with a minimum of common sense think that this:
is a copy of this?
My drawings are artistic artworks, extremely acccurated in dimensions and proportions, coloured and full of furniturs and decoratons details.
Her layouts are like a simple technical blueprints, undetailed and monochromatic.
The only similarity it comes from the use os the same theme and the same sets to make both floorplans.
And he must believe with the exclusivity of being the only person in the world that can make floorplans of TV series.
When a site as Deviantart or RedBubble receives a demand from copyrights automatically retires the artworks without making and analysis of the works.
This woman (Perhaps envious because I am able to do it better than she, fearful to earn less money if someone likes more my drawings as hers) are systematically claiming an absurd copyright that she does not have and harm me professional and morally..
This is something absurd especially coming from another "artist".
We are all free to create what we want....
Thank you very much.