Challenge 6: Themed Area
Lands, districts, countries, islands, pavilions...all are terms used to denote sections of a theme park. In general terms, these sections can be called themed areas, as every element within shares a common theme. You’ve shown off several individual components of your proposed theme park, so now it is time to give an idea of the bigger picture.
For this challenge, you must design an entire themed area of your park. This area should be one mentioned in a previous proposal. The main requirement of this area is that everything within must be tied to a common theme. Whether it is a single theme or a more broad theme is up to you, but you should be able to explain how everything connects if it is not obvious. While there is no maximum size for your themed area, at minimum it must contain at least three attractions, one dining location, and one retail location. Additionally, any previously mentioned element within your area must be included in your proposal.
For this challenge, your proposal should be 5-10 pages and should include:
-The name and theme of your themed area
-The location of your themed area within your park
-A list of attractions, dining locations, and retail locations in your themed area
-A layout description and/or map sketch, describing the location of every element of your themed area
-A summary of any previously presented elements and a link to the original proposal(s) (Note: If the HTML code doesn’t work, just state the challenge it was used in)
-A brief description of each additional element (attraction, dining location, and shopping location) in your area (you don’t need to go into extreme detail...1-3 paragraphs per element is fine)
-Anything else you feel is necessary to complete your proposal
For this challenge, you may use up to 10 images in your proposal. Additionally, if you create a map it will not count as one of your images.
All proposals must be submitted by Saturday, July 23rd at midnight.
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