The Catacombs The Continuity Guide
Moonbase Guide
Recreation
by Martin Willey

Recreation Centres

Two different Recreation Centres were seen in Year 2. Both have chairs, sofas and small tables for socialising.

One Moment Of Humanity

The first- seen in The Mark Of Archanon, One Moment Of Humanity and The Taybor, was a revamp of the Medical Centre.
The Recreation Centre in The Taybor contained gym equipment: see here

The Lambda Factor

The second Recreation Centre is seen in The Lambda Factor and The Seance Spectre

Recreation Centre 1

One Moment Of Humanity

One Moment Of Humanity: entering the "L"-shaped Recreation Centre.

One Moment Of Humanity

Data disks (looking like small compact discs/DVDs) are kept in the cabinet in the centre. They store music and text. There is a square Ara table left and two round Mezzatessera tables right.

One Moment Of Humanity

There are chairs and small tables for relaxing. The right-most wall poster formerly appeared in Bergman's quarters. Both are illustrations from the astronomical atlas Harmonia Macrocosmica by Andreas Cellarius, published in Amsterdam in 1660 (more details).

Recreation Centre 2

The octagonal ceiling lighting is from the Voyager interior in Voyager's Return, as are the half-width lighted corner panels.

The Seance Spectre

The Seance Spectre: colourful red and yellow panels, and unusually for year 2, windows to the lunar surface.

The Lambda Factor The Lambda Factor The Lambda Factor

The Lambda Factor. There are four windows to the lunar surface, opposite the door. In the centre of the room is a circular plant stand; various coloured mobiles hang from the ceiling.

There are small TV screens and headphones. There are lots of art on the walls, mostly the geometric designs seen in living quarters. Shelves have rocks or plastic containers, and there is a coffee machine by the door. Games include blackgammon, jigsaws, 3-dimensional chess and the electronic board game "Gotcher" by Dacoll Games. There is a round display with plants and rocks, and mobiles hanging from the ceiling.

The Lambda Factor

The corners have full length red panels and illuminated yellow sections (off in this shot).

The Lambda Factor

Note the prints of geometric designs on the walls, also seen in various living quarters.

The Seance Spectre

The configuration in The Seance Spectre is identical.

The Seance Spectre

The sculpture on the table left was originally in Koenig's Command Office (it sat on the corner between the steps).

The Seance Spectre

The communications post.

The Seance Spectre

The beige chairs and sofa are different from the standard Alpha furniture.

The Seance Spectre The Seance Spectre

The two colour screens are small.

The Lambda Factor

Most of the artwork on the walls are abstract geometric designs. This unusual painting is seen in The Lambda Factor


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