But can you see the “ugly naked guy”: Artists sketch floorplan of Friends apartments and other famous TV shows
Layout of the rooms created by artists after watching hundreds of episodes of the shows
Sometimes it feels like we know the homes in our favourite TV shows better than our own.
These three artists certainly do, having spent years sketching out the living spaces of some of the most loved U.S. sitcoms from over the decades.
From the neighbouring New York City apartments where Friends characters Chandler and Joey and Monica and Rachel struck up their memorable bond, to the studio pad where Carrie Bradshaw penned her controversial sex columns in Sex and The City, these 15 floorplans show where we watched our favourite episodes take place.
Cast of Friends: The floorplan details the neighbouring apartments where the Friends characters, pictured, built their close bond
A sketch of the famous apartment in sitcom Friends, that saw emotional highs and lows throughout the years. The dining table where many of the scenes were set can be seen in the centre of the picture
In painstaking detail, the drawings, by artists Inaki Aliste Lizarralde, Mike Bennett and Brandi Roberts – all of whom are self-confessed TV geeks – span seven decades of American popular culture.
Roberts” floor plans include Mad Men from today, Fraiser from the 1990″s, The Golden Girls from the 1980″s, The Jeffersons from the 1970s, The Jetsons from the 1960″s, and I Love Lucy from the 1950″s.
“My floorplans are great conversation pieces,” the artists says. “They generate a lot of interesting dialogue when people get in front of them.”
Artist Inaki Aliste Lizarralde”s floor plan of Carrie Bradshaw”s intimate apartment from the show Sex and the City. For fans of the TV series, it will bring back memories of her tribulations
Girl”s night in: Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis and Sarah Jessica Parker relax in Carrie Bradshaw”s apartment in the film version of Sex In The City
How it looks from the outside: The home of Carrie Bradshaw in Perry Street, Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York, as featured in Sex and the City
A more upmarket apartment befitting a wealthy psychiatrist, this is the home of Dr Crane Frasier, star of the comedy that ran for more than a decade
Frasier in the episode Goodnight Seattle is caught up in yet another situation in the kitchen of his apartment. The same stove on a corner unit can be seen in the plans by the artist
Roommates Leonard Hofstadter and Sheldon Cooper lived in this apartment for the sitcom Big Bang Theory
Laurie Metcalf as Mary Cooper, Jim Parsons as Sheldon Cooper and Johnny Galecki as Leonard Hofstadter relax in their lounge in the The Big Bang Theory TV show
The South Carolina-based artist says she has created more than 100 floorplans from her favourite TV shows over the years, which she sells for around $50 each.
Tennessee-born artist Mark Bennett describes his works as “pleasingly nostalgic and vaguely disconcerting” in their premonition of a society obsessed by television and celebrity.
The purely imaginary floorplans are grounded by the dry format of an architect”s design, he says.
Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson lived in Wayne Manor, Gotham City, in the iconic Batman film. Here, there residence of the millionaire who transformed into the superhero of is penned out for fans to admire
Christian Bale, left, as Bruce Wayne and Batman and Michael Caine, right, as Alfred inside the millionaire”s “Wayne Manor” for the the film Batman Begins in 2005
Wollaton Hall in Nottingham, that was used for Wayne Manor in the Batman film The Dark Knight Rises. The plans by the artist are based on the original, but have a similarity to the this interpretation of the millionaire”s home
Perhaps one of the most memorable features of cartoon, the Jetsons, was their space-age circular home. It is designed here with a resemblance to how it would have appeared in the show
The space age circular homes used by The Jetsons in the hit cartoon. Such distinctive plans would be instantly recogniseable to fans of the show
Without the glamour of a New York apartment, this is the 1970s-style home of The Jeffersons, who were the stars of a sitcom running from 1975 to 1985
Actress Isabel Sanford, (bottom second left) is seen here with her cast-mates from the television sitcom The Jeffersons. They are posing in the living room where the hit show was filmed
Lucille Esmeralda McGillicuddy and Ricardo Alberto Fernando Ricardo y de Acha, III, lived in this home for the 1950s sitcom I Love Lucy
Apartments in New York are one of the most popular settings for U.S. sitcoms, and this one if no different, as Lucille Ball and Edward Everett Horton sit at a card table in I Love Lucy
A second sketch of Ricky Riccardo”s home where the apartment on 623 East 68th Street in New York
Meanwhile Spanish artist, Inaki Aliste Lizarralde injects additional life into his fictional TV apartments with bright colours and decorative furniture.
The fabulous floorplans are also available for programs such as Seinfeld, The Simpsons, Happy Days, The Flintstones and The Big Bang Theory among dozens of others.
And Roberts for one isn”t about to stop, explaining that when she”s not drawing she likes watching television or “conducting research.”
Anyone living in the home should just have to be happy, just like The Cunninghams were in the TV series Happy Days which ran from 1974 to 1984
Robin Williams as Mork, Henry Winkler as The Fonz and Ron Howard as Ritchie Cunningham in the TV series Happy Days, a spin off from Cheers
The layout of this suburban home represents the set of the show Leave It To Beaver, starring Ward Cleaver and his wife June in the 1950s. The long driveway, garage and front garden are typical features of an American home
Cameron Finley, Janine Turner and Christoper McDonald in the 1997 film Leave It To Beaver, which used a home the same as the original TV series from the 50s
This flat has certainly seen plenty of action. These are the plans for the office used in the advertising agency drama Mad Men
Adrenaline: Elisabeth Moss as Peggy Olson and Jon Hamm as Don Drapper in the high-octane representation of life at the cutting edge of the advertising industry that is Mad Men
This small home in Chicago, Illinois, is the setting for the dysfunctional family in the sitcom that aired for 11 seasons, Married With Children
Katey Sagal and Ed O”Neill in the sitcom set in Chicago, Illinois, called Married With Children. The plans for the living room are similar to a host of other U.S. shows
Laverne and Shirley worked at fictitious Milwaukee brewery called “Shotz Brewery” but returned home to an apartment very similar to this one
Laverne and Shirley relax on the sofa in the hit show set in Milwaukee. They worked in a brewery then came home to the apartment they shared
Perhaps the most exotic of all the homes in the various sitcoms that have been sketched out as floorplans, the palm trees and stone pathways can be seen in this drawing for the home of Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty in Golden Girls
The Golden Girls sit at the kitchen table in their shared home in Miami, Florida, in the sitcom which was shown from 1985 and 1992 and won a string of awards