In doing some Googling around for some image searches for the Officer's Lounge fo the TMP era USS Enterprise-refit, I happened upon some images in Dan Goveir's great 1701-A 3D model thread. I have been working on a similar project as his for a while now. My project has evolved from, and based off of original production drawings, filming minature photo reference photos, etc. of the Enterprise. I actually own some of the set blueprints referenced early on in Dan's thread (such as the engineering set) and I have some blog posts about it on my website: I am currently doing a deep dive on the bridge and deck 2-3 superstructure. The "official" blueprints produced by David Kimble back in 1980, are close but not super accurate. As some minor differences vs. those drawings and what was actually built in the filming miniature by Magicam are not accounted for. Such as a ever so slightly thicker saucer which has bene confirmed by high-resolution photo analysis of the original decal set produce by Astra Image (RAA) for the filming miniature, and in conversations with Jim Dow (who was lead model-maker at Magicam on the Enterprise) and Richard Taylor (the art direct with RAA who was the lead designer & who was Andrew Probert's art director). Some of the discrepancies are due to how the miniature was fabricated, such as not actually accounting for the thickness of the vacuform plastic sheeting used over the original plaster spun buck. The buck being made to the original Richard Taylor (original bridge) drawings (two of which I own as well). I also have several of the original officer's lounge miniature set blueprints as well as original "new" bridge design sketches, all drawn by Leslie Ekker: Anyway, I did some more reworking to get a smoother and better aft 2-3 deck slope over the weekend to more tightly match the model, and specifically the aforementioned interior "set" miniature. Here's a video of a quick fly around of the new 2-3 components of the model. This is very preliminary baseline model. I will be using it to then work backwards from it, to build out the longeron, stringers, spars and ribs, for the underlying structure of a presumed 23rd century take on semi-monocoque construction of the Enterprise-refit.