This handmade floorplan represents the apartments of Monica-Rachel and Chandler-Joey from the TV show "FRIENDS".
Is 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" apartments respecting the spaces, proportions, furniture and objets presents in the studio.
Some sets have changed throughout the different seasons and this floorplan is a mixture of various of them.
In this second version I've adjusted some dimensions, the bathroom in boys apartment and several furniture elements.
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Some time ago I had the original files available for digital downloads.
But after having some negative experiences with some clients, I decided not to make them available again.
It's a common mistake in sitcoms.
They choose the exterior of a real building and then built a set in a soundstage and usually they don't match.
"Friends", "The Big Bang Theory", "Frasier", etc...
But it could be worse as in "Family Matters" or "Full House" with a veeery wide interiors for a veeery narrow exteriors...
Basically Monica and Rachel's apartment is the main set, where it happens almost everything and the aprtment of the boys is... a secondary set.
The same thing happens in other sitcoms as "The Big Bnag Theory". The apartment of the boys is the main set and Penny's apartment (with only one bedroom) is also a secondary set.
* one small and one big apartment
* two identical but mirrored apartments
* three apartments with two mirrored (left and right) and one facing the stairs.
* more apartment on the same floor (identical, mirrored or not)
What bother me is the strange design of the building that is implied. It make no sense
One thing I find funny is that these apartments are ENORMOUS... yet all of them still have tiny kitchens. Frasier's kitchen is one of the tiniest I've ever seen on TV, because it has walls all around it- it's only ever used for "intimidate" scenes. On Friends, their kitchens are still tiny, but at least part of the "open floor plan" so it isn't all squished in. Still very weird- you'd think they'd have more room for a kitchen in such a giant place!