We spend a lot of time absorbing the layouts of TV show sets, eventually coming to have a vague kinetic sense for where each room is in relation to the others. There’s something of a cottage industry of recreations of these sets in VR, using cutting-edge video game techniques, and as floor plans, all of which is understandable: After so long spent staring into these spaces, we eventually want to visit them.
The real estate marketing company Drawbotics has tapped into this with a series of extremely high-resolution 3-D renderings of some of our favorite TV workplaces. You can access all of them over on their site, but here’s The (American) Office, as it appeared in the first season:
You can even zoom in to see the landmine on Ron Swanson’s desk in this recreation of Parks And Recreation’s office:
And you can practically smell the sad, whiskey-fueled sexual aggression in this bird’s-eye view of Mad Men’s Sterling Cooper:
You can see these offices and many more over on Drawbotics’ site. They’re fun and all, but let’s see some 3-D representations of all of those sitcom houses where the couch faces the audience. What hideous secrets do those never-filmed fourth walls hide?