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Welcome to my Mad Men floor plan for the brand new offices of the recently formed Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce ad agency. Much smaller than their previous offices, this floor plan features everything that makes Sterling Cooper what it is -- a boozed up workplace of second-hand smoke clouds. Almost every desk features -- you guessed it -- a lit cigarette. But rest assured these are definitely not Lucky Strike. Thanks to Roger Sterling.

Entering through reception you'll see Bert Cooper's shoes in front of the sofa. Strolling past Megan Calvet, we enter the main hall. Here you'll find offices for: Harry Crane, Lane Pryce, Peggy Olsen, Joan Harris and Don Draper. Don's secretary (all of whom last about as long as a kleenex) is located just outside his door. His office has Beatles tickets on the credenza, a Clio award, a drawer with fresh shirts and liquor.

The seating area just outside the conference room has Bert's crossword puzzles still on the table. Roger's office is noticeably professionally decorated. There's an Eames executive chair, a Tulip pedestal table by Saarinen and a Nesso Mushroom lamp. The unfortunate focal point is a very large "op" artwork on his wall which serves to make his already boozed up co-workers even dizzier.

Go around the corner and you'll find Pete Campbell's office. Not very high on the totem pole, Pete's office features a cement column. Down the hall leads you to offices for Ken Cosgrove and Freddy Rumsen. Continuing further down the hall we find the sound room, accounting and billing, research department (I can't see Faye Miller continuing to work with Don), media department and the production department.

There is also a kitchen, a break area, a casting room and men's and women's restrooms.

This completes your tour of the new offices of SCDP. Thanks for stopping by. Y'all come back now.

**Image 3 shows sample framed floor plan.
**Frames not included.

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This print is reproduced from an original and expertly hand-drafted drawing. Printed on acid free, matte paper with fade resistant inks.

Each print includes a custom size, acid-free backing board and is packaged in a glossy, cello sleeve


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Mad Men - TV Show Floor Plan - BluePrint Poster Art for Offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce - 37th Floor **Featured on NBC's Today Show



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  • Holiday: Christmas
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