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Now, if we ignored the depressingly obvious fact that many sitcoms actually take place within TV studios, we can focus on our overwhelming jealousy for what we can pretend are actual apartments.

Brilliantly bringing them to life, artist/genius Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde has created floorplans for four iconic small screen living spaces.

From the 90s dreamscape of the dual apartments in Friends to the overwhelming luxury of Frasier's home, they're intricately designed pieces of brilliance.

You can see more of his great work here.

Frasier

Friends

The Big Bang Theory

Sex and the City

(Images: All Star)

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