What you’re looking at is an extrapolated floor plan of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce*, the ad agency where much of the action takes place in the fourth season of Mad Men. The layout, created using an online tool called Floor Planner, was put together by Tadej Štrok. He says:
The plan, of course, is not perfect. The bottom left part of the offices caused me a lot of trouble, since it gets very little air-time in the series. Therefore I’m still not sure if I got it right (my collegaue assumed they have that extra room for whiskey storage ). It was said in the series that Cooper doesn’t have his own office, but what about Ken Cosgrove? If you have any ideas let me know.
Hit his site to see the floor plan in three vivid dimensions. In the meantime, let’s talk about how we can use this plan to make a Mad Men board game. I’m imagining card board cut outs of the characters moving around the board. Or maybe we use this to create a Mad Men role playing game. Roger Sterling has a +10 saving throw against hangovers.
* Is it still Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce now that Bert Cooper took his shoes home? Will they make it Sterling Campbell Draper Pryce just so they don’t have to change the sign in the lobby?