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I'm trying to figure out the placement of all the rooms in the Huxtable home on the Cosby Show. They seem to have following rooms:

  • Kitchen
  • Living Room
  • Formal Dining Room
  • 4 Bedrooms? (Master Bedroom and 3 Bedrooms?)
  • 3 Bathrooms (including master bath)
  • 2 sets of stairs
  • Clair's Study (eventually built in the 8th season)

I'm wondering if the layout of the rooms as seen in the sets can be lined up to an actual floor plan. Especially considering all the external shots clearly show the house as being a row house (with houses connected on either side). This means the house should be longer than it is wide.

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Would you like to create a floor plan drawing? –  Vijin Paulraj Jun 18 '12 at 3:45
    
I think your question is off-topic.Please read the FAQ. –  Vijin Paulraj Jun 18 '12 at 3:49
    
@VijinPaulraj I don't feel it is any of the off topic bullet items listed. I'm just curious to see if the rooms seen in the show actually work in real layout. –  Jack B Nimble Jun 18 '12 at 3:56
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There is a website for TV show floorplans: Fantasy Floorplans –  Oliver_C Jun 18 '12 at 10:14

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Here are the full floorplans of the Huxtable home from the Cosby Show:


First Floor (Piano Terra)

First Floor

  • Formal Dining Room (Sala Pranzo)
  • Kitchen (Cucina)
  • Cliff's Studio (Studio Cliff)
  • Basement (Cantina)
  • Living Room (Salotto)
  • Entrance (Ingresso)

Second Floor (Primo Piano)

Second Floor

  • Bathroom (Bagno)
  • Vanessa & Rudy's Room (Vanessa & Rudy)
  • Theo's Room (Camera Theo)
  • Cliff & Clair's Room (Camera Cliff & Clair)
  • Sondra & Denise's Room (Camera Sondra & Denise)
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