Modern Modular Sofa designed by Vladimir Kagan for Preview
Eno has done extensive research to source the manufacturers and designers of various set objects in the Star Trek series! Check out his website Star Trek + Design
My name is Eno (he/him) and I’m a long-time Trekkie and new-time collector of design objects used in Star Trek.
Star Trek + Design began as a personal quarantine project in March of 2020, a little over a year since buying my first Le Pot (Picard Cup) set. I’d just been laid off from my job due to the pandemic, and found myself spending far more time watching Star Trek than I had when I was employed. Being drawn to the aesthetics of Trek, especially of The Next Generation, made me curious about the the specific objects that set designers used to create the visual embodiment of what living and working on a starship would look like in a technologically-advanced, post-scarcity future. I’d already known about the contributions of Carsten Jorgensen (Le Pot cup), Maurice Burke (TOS Tulip Chair), and Joe Colombo (Boby Cart), and decided to research the other designers whose work may have been used.
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