There are few Manhattan apartments as well-recognized by Generation Y as the impossibly large, hodge-podgey home of Monica Gellar and Rachel Greene on the decade-long NBC show Friends, so perhaps it shouldn't be super shocking that artists become a little infatuated, recreating the apartment as detailed floor-plans, or, as is the case with Brazilian artist Bruna Salvador Conforto, constructing painstakingly detailed paper replicas. Like other obsessive paper artists, Conforto doesn't scrimp on the minutiae, piecing together the unit's warehouse windows (where the crew spied on the "ugly naked guy" across the way), sky-blue kitchen cabinets, exposed brick, lilac walls, mismatched dining chairs, '90s TV. Below, some additional shots.
· An Amazingly Detailed Replica of the 'Friends' Apartment Made Entirely Out of Paper [Flavorwire]
· All Cool Paper Thing posts [Curbed National]