Detailed Floor Plan Drawings of Popular TV and Film Homes

The Simpsons

If you’ve ever wondered what the layout of your favorite fictional character’s apartment looked like, interior designer Iaki Aliste Lizarralde may have hand drawn exactly what you’re looking for. The Spain-based artist, who also goes by nikneuk, has colorfully illustrated a number of aerial diagrams mapping out the layout of popular TV and film homes for his Floorplans series. We finally get to see just how big and spacious many of these supposedly tiny apartments are.

The artist’s scaled blueprints account for everything from architectural design to interior furnishings. The illustrations consist of anything he’s witnessed from each respective show or film, from the famed couch in The Simpsons to the Carrie Bradshaw’s roomy walk-in closet on Sex and the City. The artist even includes minute, iconic details like the half-bathtub sofa in Holly Golightly’s fairly empty party pad in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Lizarralde’s carefully sketched floor plans even accommodate for slight discrepancies in size he’s taken note of, especially in the Up house. He explains: “For it [to] seem more real the designers made a house as small as possible. The result is that this house is bigger inside than the outside… I have tried to reconcile these two aspects in this floorplan.”


Friends




Seinfeld




Dexter




The Big Bang Theory




Sex and the City




The Golden Girls




Three’s Company




I Love Lucy




Breakfast at Tiffany’s




Frasier




Will & Grace




How I Met Your Mother




Up




My Neighbor Totoro

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Iaki Aliste Lizarralde: Tumblr | deviantART
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