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Carrie Bradshaw apartment from Sex and the City v2

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This is a house-plan based in the apartment of Carrie Bradshaw from the TV show "Sex & the City" (Not the movie).
It's an original hand drawed plan, in scale, coloured with colour pens and with full details of furniture and complements ...
The design is made according with the "real" apartment respecting the spaces, proportions, furniture and objets presents in the studio set.
Some sets have changed throughout the different seasons and this floorplan is a mixture of various of them.

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GothicthundraHobbyist Traditional Artist
Love it, nice work!
mystery79's avatar
I love to have an apartment like this design or Poirot's flat.
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Is one of my projects for this year.
His art decó apartment is amazing.
I don't know if it will be possible to turn those sets into a coherent floorplan but I think I will try it...
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I can understand why it is a challenge.  They don't show all the details of the rooms and the flat gets remodeled during the series but same as before they don't give you the details so it is just guessing at the end.
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My usual problems are usually these.
1. Fit all the pieces.
It's unusual to find a complete "real" and functional set.
Normally they are separate pieces (with a main set) and that even the least used sets (bathrooms, secondary rooms, etc.) are built according to the needs of the story.
And unfortunately in many cases they are built without taking into account the rest of the sets.
The result is narrow walls on the outside but wide inside, large rooms that overlap each other, etc.
2. The lack of information.
Especially in the movies only a part of a house is shown. Usually the living room, sometimes the kitchen, hopefully a bedroom.
The rest of the bedroom necessary to complete a house have to be invented.
I'm comfortable filling in small blanks, but not inventing most of a house.
3. The contradictions.
Specially in the long running TV shows is usual to find contradictions.
Yo can see a bathrrom without a window in the first two seasons but suddenly, If the writers want to lock the characters in that bathroom and they need a window to escape, magically that window appears.
Or as in "The Simpsons", where the door under the staircase is sometimes a closet, sometimes a storage room or sometimes the access to the basement.
What option to choose?
There will always be someone who complains...
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mystery79's avatar
Well we do our best.  There is no such thing as the perfect picture.
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So this is the same picture as your first Carrie apartment plan but it's flipped?
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