Archilogic made this interactive 3D model of the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin from The Office.
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You can scan over the entire space under "floor plan view," starting off with Pam’s desk and the office of Michael Scott. Then head past the galley kitchen and men’s and women’s bathrooms.
You can zoom in and get up close into all the nooks and crannies. It’s so accurate even the pictures on the walls are the same. And notice how everything is so perfectly placed, like the scattered coffee mugs and boxes of printers stacked on top of the storage cabinets. If you’re a true fan, you’ll recognize the model is based off the show’s final season (hint: the Cornell flag).
I'm not sure David Brent is even qualified to play Gandalf in this mashup, but I'll take it!
One of television's most successful adaptations of a British show is finally coming to an end. Currently filming its ninth season, The Office
will not be back next year, but its original showrunner, Greg Daniels, will return to cap this thing off. What does this mean? Probably guest stars, guest stars, guest stars -- but not necessarily in front of the camera. Like Breaking Bad
's Bryan Cranston, who is directing an episode
of the show's final season today. And Steve Carell will likely make an appearance. Was this ending overdue? Maybe. But there will be two undeniably gaping holes on Thursday nights when this and 30 Rock
are both gone. (via The Hollywood Reporter
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