It's as close as you'll ever get to actually visiting these fictional offices
Parks and Recreation
Ahh, the Parks Department offices in (fictional) Pawnee, Indiana. This set might be a bit smaller than the others modeled by Drawbotics, but that doesn’t mean it’s not incredibly complex. This Parks and Recreation model has everything in its place right down to Ron’s landmine and Mulligan’s steak house poster.
It’s even got Leslie’s shrine to powerful women and the iconic deer-in-the-forest mural in the conference room!
Fans of Mad Men will remember that the series spans multiple iterations of Sterling Cooper, which means an ever-changing office layout. For their recreation, Drawbiotics chose to represent the original Sterling Cooper as seen in the pilot (and first few seasons).
This rendering captures not only the complexity of the huge space, but the style and ambiance of the times. They even gave Don, Roger, and Pete’s offices bars! This makes me want to go do re-watch, if I’m honest.
The IT Crowd is a British TV comedy at its very best and the team at Drawbiotics treated it as such. They explained on their site that this was the most complicated set to recreate from a detail-oriented perspective, for obvious reasons. I mean, every single surface in the place is covered in poster, pictures, and stickers! It’s amazing that they fit every iconic image in there.
Apparently they also included some “easter eggs” in this one as well. Can you find them?