This story about a British man who rebuilt his apartment to resemble the interior of the starship Voyager, then sold it for a tidy sum, raises both copyright and trademark questions. For trademark: Is interior design a market consumers would expect the Star Trek franchise to enter? For copyright: Can there be copyright in an architectural work constructed as a set? The set of Star Trek: Voyager was apparently the Next Generation set, which would have been constructed before the US started protecting architectural works in copyright. Another possibility would be to claim copyright in the interior as a compilation, a strategy that’s worked for at least one museum curator in Europe.