STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION BRIDGE BLUEPRINTS
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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION BRIDGE BLUEPRINTS

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STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION BRIDGE BLUEPRINTS
A collection of approximately 100 construction drawing blueprints, mostly drawn for the initial construction and details of the Enterprise-D bridge from Star Trek: The Next Generation, early 1987, some duplicates, includes some drawings of the engine room and other sets, as well as some drawings for subsequent revisions of the standing sets (a lot)
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The bridge of the Starship Enterprise-D represented a dramatic depature for Star Trek design. Series creator Gene Roddenberry did not want his new ship's bridge to be a mere copy of previous work. Rather, he wanted it to embody a philosophy he called "Technology Unchained." He wanted his new ship to be both elegant and simple, to demonstrate that technology could serve to improve the quality of life, rather than to enslave its users. Andrew Probert's concept for the Enterprise-D, under the supervision of production designer Herman Zimmerman, has become an icon of futuristic design.
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