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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Lun 14 Juil 2008 - 20:05

Qu'ils refassent la file d'attente de la Sun Wheel, je suis totalement pour: je l'ai encore faite hier et croyez moi, ses murs en beton sont vraiment hideux!! Evil or Very Mad


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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Mar 15 Juil 2008 - 21:22

Dommage car pour moi, la tête de Mickey sur California screamin' est un peu l'emblème de ce parc!

Je ne comprend pas vraiment l'intérêt de la chose non plus...

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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Jeu 7 Aoû 2008 - 13:44

Extreme Makeover: Theme Park Edition

We've also been following the saga of John Lasseter's DCA Preview Center for over a year now, as this is a little gem of a project that is near to his heart. First slated for the empty San Francisco row houses, then evicted from that location when the Little Mermaid ride grew so large that it needed all the space it could grab. Then for a time the Preview Center was planned for a tent out in the Esplanade, much like the first DCA Preview Center back in the late 1990's. But with plenty of construction mess and crowd control problems coming soon to the Esplanade, that idea was eventually nixed. Then finally we let you know that the Preview Center would be moving into the Seasons of the Vine theater, making that show the first opening day attraction to close in preparation for DCA's extreme makeover.

Seasons of the Vine theater.

And now we can tell you that the new DCA Preview Center will finally open to the public the second week of September, 2008. After a media event that announces it, six weeks from now visitors will be able to go in and get a sneak peek at the first major phase of the DCA makeover and expansion.

Partly because the space is not very large, and also because the phases further along in the project are still very much in flux design-wise, the first offerings on display will focus primarily on the Paradise Pier remodel and the massive makeover to the main entrance area. While the overall DCA makeover will be presented rather vaguely at first, mainly via videos and pictures on the giant HDTV screen on one wall of the center, the more detailed models and information will be centered on the first areas to go under the knife.

The Paradise Pier remodeling will be getting underway at the same time as the preview center opens, with the Sun Wheel the first pier ride to shut down for its theme change in mid September. The rest of the pier rides and the work on the main entrance will begin later this year and into the winter, and the initial preview center artwork will all focus on changes that would be coming to areas likely under construction on the day park visitors were there.

Not quite the same angle, but you get the idea; the pier area today (above)
and as shown in concept art afterwards (below).


The plan however is to not let the Preview Center sit stagnant for very long. By May of 2009, just as much of the work on the southern half of Paradise Pier is nearing completion, the displays are planned to be updated and swapped out to focus more on the new attractions coming to the northern half of Paradise Pier, namely Goofy's Sky School, the World of Color show, and the massive Little Mermaid complex.

Then roughly every 8 to 10 months the preview center displays would be changed and updated to include the Hollywood makeover, changes to DCA's major park entertainment, the sprawling Cars Land addition, and eventually the makeover of Condor Flats and the new attractions coming to the Grizzly Peak area beyond 2011. But at least by mid September, DCA visitors can get a good look at the first models and preview artwork on display.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Mar 2 Sep 2008 - 17:19

Golden Dreams is headed to Yesterland, last shows will be Sunday, September 7th

The Orange County Register reported the following on Saturday.

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The last performance of Golden Dreams for the public, an American dream film performance in Disney’s California Adventure, is Sept. 7. Disney announced back in fall that as part of sprucing up California Adventure, Golden Dreams will be replaced by a dark ride based on “The Little Mermaid.” So, if you want to see the show — show up by Sept. 7. Still, the theater will be open through the spring, but only to school kids as part of the Disney youth education program.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Jeu 11 Sep 2008 - 11:13

Disney shops to reflect Walt’s history


Disney’s California Adventure Reimagined: Fourth in a series

Whenever I walk into Disneyland, I always look up at the second-story window advertisements along Main Street USA where Walt Disney paid tribute to the unsung heroes instrumental in the Anaheim theme park’s creation. The hand-lettered accolades give the make-believe street — which is mapped in the Orange County Thomas Guide — a certain charm and authenticity.

Across the way at Disney’s California Adventure, the central esplanade has all the appeal of a supermarket parking lot. A complete face-lift of the main entrance, part of a $1.1-billion makeover of the entire park, should bring some magic to the soulless space.

According to artist concept sketches, each store along the re-themed California Adventure main street (lower case for now) will carry a historically significant hommage to Walt Disney’s past. Here’s a rundown of the shop names and their subtexts:

Western shop façades
* Mortimer Market — Disney’s original name for Mickey Mouse before his wife, Lillian, persuaded him to change it
* Carolwood Trains, Craft & Hobby — Name of Disney’s miniature railroad in the backyard of his Hombly Hills home
* Horace’s Pawn Shop — Animated horse friend of Mickey Mouse and boyfriend of Clarabelle Cow
* Julius & Sons Tailors — Animated cat considered Disney’s first regularly recurring character
* Clarabelle’s Corner Café — Animated cow friend of Minnie Mouse and girlfriend of Horace Horsecollar

Eastern shop façades
* Oswald’s Gas & Oil — A pre-Mickey Mouse animated rabbit created by Disney
* Seward’s Five & Dime — Early Disney animation studio in Hollywood
* Doc Sherwood Apothecary — A retired doctor in Disney’s hometown of Marceline, Mo., who paid the young artist to draw pictures of his horse, Rupert
* Kingswell Camera — Early Disney animation studio in Los Feliz
* Elias & Co. Dept. Store — Disney’s middle name and the name of his father

A preview center in the San Francisco section of California
Adventure featuring scale models and artist sketches of the planned renovation is set to open in late 2008.

You can find all the blog entries in our California Adventure Reimagined series here.

— Brady MacDonald / Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

[Photo: Disney]

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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Jeu 25 Sep 2008 - 6:32

nouveaux visuels disponibles sur la www.disneytheque.com
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sun wheel, mulholland madness et silly symphony swings.
on a aussi la nouvelle façade de la prochaine attraction la petite sirène.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Jeu 25 Sep 2008 - 11:05

Merci NAIROLF!! Very Happy
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Jeu 25 Sep 2008 - 12:54

Le batiment de la Petite sirène a beaucoup de classe (même si j'aurais aimé voir ce qu'il y aura à l'intérieur Laughing )
Pour le reste, ce sera sûrement joli et ça donnera une touche Disney supplémentaire. Mais bon, Mullholland madness, même avec quelques décors en plus, ça restera un wild mouse pourri de chez Mack et finalement toujours assez peu thématisé (y a du progrès, mais ça m'a l'air du niveau du primeval Whril à AK, bref, pas top). Pour la grande roue, je trouvais l'ancienne version tout aussi belle (si pas davantage même). Et j'attends toujours de savoir comment sera désormais décoré le looping du coaster (qui va lui perdre sa tête de Mickey)
Pour l'Orange Stinger, par contre, là pas de doute, ce sera 100 fois plus beau...
Bref, un bon lifting, mais la lenteur de ce placemaking (ça fait un an qu'il a été annoncé) me sidère toujours !
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Sam 27 Sep 2008 - 13:32

Ce land, mis à part le thème de la Petite Sirène, est complètement à l'honneur des "Mickey Mouse Cartoons" et personnellement j'aime bien. Le concept de "La fanfare" est bien trouvé pour les chaises volantes, sachant qu'il y a une tornade dans ce cartoon. Hâte de voir les boutiques et les restaurants qui seront sur ce thème.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Mar 7 Oct 2008 - 21:21

Les dernières infos sur Miceage
D'abord le timing de construction

  • World of Color and Paradise Pier makeover, completed spring 2010
  • Main Entrance makeover, Red Car trolley, initial Hollywood work, completed mid 2011
  • Little Mermaid pavilion and E-Ticket attraction, completed late 2011
  • Cars Land attractions, shops, restaurants, completed mid 2012

Perso, je trouve toujours ça trop lointain. Le ride Petite sirène pas avant fin 2011 !!!! C'est dans 3 ans !!!! Et tout ça alors que l'annonce a eu lieu il y a déjà un an. J'ai du mal à comprendre de telles lenteurs alors que le parc a besoin d'être amélioré bien plus vite.

Sinon, niveau attractions, ça a l'air (heureusement) prometteur. On savait que Cars serait énorme, mais La petite sirène ne devrait pas être en reste.

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By the way, that Little Mermaid ride is really shaping up to be quite a spectacular show. While we explained why WDI hesitates to call this an "E-Ticket" because of the modern thrill ride connotation that old term now has, this Little Mermaid attraction for DCA has become a grand E Ticket experience in the 1960's sense of the term. Bob Weis, the chief Imagineer brought back to head the DCA makeover project, refers to Mermaid as "DCA's Small World", and the comparison is very appropriate.

The ultra-detailed show building themed to a grand seaside pavilion with attached store and water play area sets the tone for what's inside, and the huge, lavish show sets will simply blow people away. The animatronics are everywhere in this ride with one musical production after another, and the Ariel figures in the show are said to be some of the most sophisticated ever produced. Ariel's red hair alone is considered an entirely separate animatronic, because it requires so much machinery and computing power to get it to seemingly flow and float as she sits on a clamshell and sings to passing tourists. (Remember, this attraction mostly takes place "under the sea," so the imagery and special effects bring that to life.)

Au moins, l'attente devrait en valoir la peine.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Mer 8 Oct 2008 - 18:11

Preview Center Preview

Not coincidentally, the four components of "Phase One" for DCA match up fairly well with the four phases planned for the new Blue Sky Cellar preview center opening in two weeks in DCA. Spoiler Alert: For those who want to be surprised when they walk in the old Seasons of the Vine theater, you'll want to skip ahead via this link. But for those wondering what attractions, concepts and artwork will be on display for the first eight months, read on.

The preview center, now cleverly christened as the Blue Sky Cellar, has actually been finished and ready for the public for almost a month. As we told you in a September front page editor's note, the original opening was pushed back by the marketing folks so as not to muddle the message about the Celebration campaign for '09. Then Miley's drama-filled Sweet 16 birthday party (full of ticketing headaches and frenzied tweens and their mothers giving grief to the poor CM's who had to work the event) booted the center's debut back another two weeks. But finally, by October 16th for annual passholders and October 20th for the general public, people will be able to head inside and see what's been sitting there since early September. And what you'll find is actually one of the nicest and well-themed Disney preview centers in recent history.

This blurb recently popped up in the park map handouts

The mood and ambience of the original "barrel room" has all been retained. But the look is now of a creative and high tech exhibit plopped down in the middle of the wine country. After you pass through the big doors and turn past the entryway, the space is split into two distinct levels.

On the upper level that used to be the theater seating, you will immediately be drawn to a detailed model under glass of the completed makeover of Paradise Pier. The cheap and modern minimalist decor approved by Paul Pressler and Michael Eisner back in the late 1990's is gone, and the ultra themed Victorian look of Midway Mania has swept from one end of the pier to the other. Around the large Pier model are some smaller models of architectural mock-ups of the remade midway games, with explanations of how Imagineers use these types of models to fine tune the scale and overall look of a facility during the design phase.

The back wall of this space is dedicated to some artwork and concept sketches of the new Midway Mania ride that opened in June. Although this attraction was budgeted and approved back in 2005 by Matt Ouimet, the look and feel of the facility is so radically different from the cheap DCA appearance that preceded it that WDI is lumping this ride in with the "new" DCA offerings coming from the billion dollar makeover budget.

On the west wall of this space where the faux barrels were once pointed out by Mondavi employees before the little grape movie began, interactive touch screens have been incorporated into the barrels that offer trivia games and some historical perspective on Walt and his thoughts on theme park design. The wine gags flow freely in this space, and visitors will get a kick out of reading the relabeled barrels that are actually a subtle jab at the original DCA practice of simply filling the park with puns and word games instead of quality attractions.

On the opposite wall of this upper level the artwork and sketches are dedicated to the changes coming to the northern edge of the DCA lagoon, with the new viewing amphitheater to be built to accommodate 9,000 people for World of Color shows. The amphitheater and advanced concepts for the show itself are rendered in sketches and copies of original blueprints.

The former wine cellar, now preview center

As you work your way down the ramp to the lower level, near where the big barn doors used to open up to the movie screen, the walls are full of sketches for the remade Route 66 area of the park and the plans to repurpose some of the existing carnival rides with better themes and quality upgrades. The opposite corner is a space dedicated to the new Red Car trolley that will take DCA visitors from the newly rebuilt main entrance, through the Hollywood section, and on to the edge of the Cars Land expansion area. There isn't anything else related to the main entrance makeover, only the Red Car is displayed in model and sketch form for this first phase of the exhibit.

Now that you've made it down to the lower level of the cellar, the small stage and movie screen are nowhere to be found. Instead, a smaller and more elaborate exhibit space is found that opens up an additional fifteen feet of space on the northern end of the building. This area is carpeted and decorated like a fancy Napa Valley wine tasting room, complete with upholstered furniture and sturdy wooden cocktail tables.

Off to the left is a rather touching exhibit about Walt Disney and his love for the art of Imagineering. Old pictures of Walt tromping through new Disneyland attractions in the 1960's, complete with hard hat, are set besides newer pictures of the current crop of Imagineers working on DCA. On the opposite wall is a large and dramatically backlit map of DCA circa 2012. This new map has the look and feel of the beloved Disneyland park maps of the 1960's, and judging by the map the park we love to hate already looks much better by 2012.

The northern wall of the lower level, flanked by antique wine cabinets and dark velvet curtains, is dominated by a huge 100 inch flat screen TV. The TV will be continually playing a 7 minute film that takes you through the design process and thinking behind DCA's billion dollar makeover plan. The film obviously glosses over the struggles and corporate drama that was all caused by the cheap park approved by executives who have long since "left" the company, but it does a pretty good job of laying out the challenges faced by DCA and where the current team of designers want to take it.


Walt Disney Co. executives speak during a news conference, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2007 in Glendale, Calif., where they announced plans to overhaul the California Adventure theme park. Shown, from left, are Jay Rasulo, Chairman, Walt Disney Parks & Resorts; Bob Iger, Chief Executive Officer, Walt Disney Company and Bob Weis, Executive Vice President, Walt Disney Imagineering. In foreground is a model of the proposed $1 billion-plus project. Photo/Caption: Nick Ut/Associated Press
As is to be expected, there are the obligatory shots of Bob Iger and Jay Rasulo on staged visits to the Imagineering model shop in Glendale, where they inspect models and future DCA concepts for the camera with pasted-on expressions of excitement. Rasulo, who notoriously has very little experience or interest in the theme parks and attractions he oversees, looks the most uncomfortable in his filmed segments. That this film is played directly next to pictures of Walt excitedly looking around Disneyland construction sites in a hard hat only makes the current suits look even more out of touch when its their turn to mug for the camera on their rare field trip down the freeway to Glendale. But we shouldn't be too hard on Iger, because he at least has given John Lasseter free reign to remake DCA into something far more worthy of its status as next door neighbor to Disneyland.

The Blue Sky Cellar will be staffed with Guest Relations tour guides who have been specially schooled with scripts and talking points by WDI. But you can bet there will be plenty of Imagineers quietly milling about the place in those first few weeks, eavesdropping on the comments coming from the park visitors as they get their first look at the goodies. This current exhibit, which really won't be too informative for the hard core Disney fans who pick message boards clean for the latest rumor, will run through the spring of '09. Then the center will close for a few weeks, the current exhibit will be cleared out on the upper level, replaced by a new exhibit focused on the new main entrance and further refinements to Paradise Pier, which should open by next June.

The center is also planned to be used for company PR events, and you can bet some of the first folks entertained there this fall will be the local Anaheim and county politicians. While TDA tries not crow over their victory, they are genuinely working on healing the rift with Anaheim caused by the Anaheim city council's now infamous relationship with a failed housing developer last year. The barrel room theme and antique wine country furniture is more than just décor, and the big cocktail tables will be full of real glassware for these types of schmoozy events. No word yet on whether or not the Guest Relations hostess staffing the door will let you in with a glass of wine from the bar across the patio, if you want to recreate the corporate cocktail party scene yourself.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Lun 13 Oct 2008 - 12:44

De nouvelles images que je n'avais pas encore vues du DR Petite sirène (photo disneyandmore). Cette attraction a l'air quand même géante ! Et ce ne sera pas des projections à la Nemo, mais bien des AA !
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_OO7WbmARD08/SPJ0xWvxLpI/AAAAAAAAIlo/N0l5DHQEImk/s1600-h/Disneyland9-16-08298.jpg
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Lun 13 Oct 2008 - 22:30

cool la maquette sur ce visuel, cela donne envie.

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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Jeu 16 Oct 2008 - 0:10

Les derniers concept art avec notamment un plan, façon fun map de Disneyland, de ce à quoi DCA ressemblera en 2012...



Quand je vois le plan, je reste toujours sur un arrière goût de trop peu. Il n'y a pas assez de nouveautés supplémentaires (plusieurs attractions prenant en fait la place d'anciennes ou étant en fait des rehabs d'attractions exisantes), mais bon, La Petite sirène s'annonce du tout grand DR et Carsland promet d'être une véritable tueurie. Visiblement, ils vont reconstituer tout Radiator Spring!!!!
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Jeu 16 Oct 2008 - 12:59

Et encore quelques concept art nouveaux...
World of Coulour show

La petite sirène

La grande roue

Mulloland Madness (théma plus jolie qu'avant, mais toujours très, très light. Ils auraient dû soit virer ce coaster de foire, soit le mettre indoor façon Crush)
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Jeu 16 Oct 2008 - 14:45

C'est clair que ce coaster ultra-moche à la théma ultra-light reste une déception... Crying or Very sad

Sinon le reste fait vraiment envie et en 2012 DCA sera un parc unique et incontournable, bien loin de ses débuts calamiteux...

Les liens pour plus de photos:
http://micechat.com/forums/industry-press-releases/105810-blue-sky-cellar-unveils-exciting-new-magic-coming-disneys-california-adventure.html#post3194884

http://micechat.com/disneyland-news/california-adventure-fix/

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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Jeu 16 Oct 2008 - 20:13

@J. Thaddeus TOAD a écrit:
C'est clair que ce coaster ultra-moche à la théma ultra-light reste une déception... Crying or Very sad

Sinon le reste fait vraiment envie et en 2012 DCA sera un parc unique et incontournable, bien loin de ses débuts calamiteux...

ENJOY!! cheers

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je suis aussi déçu mais comparé à ce qu'ils auront ensuite ça passera presque inaperçu.

merci à vous 2 pour ces très beaux visuels.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Ven 17 Oct 2008 - 3:52

C'est certain que le land Car va ajouter énormément au parc, mais je suis quand même déçu qu'ils enlèvent la tete de mickey dans la loop... Disons qu'une des seules choses que je connais de DCA avant d'y aller c'était ce symbole...

Je ne comprends pas cette décision Sad
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Ven 17 Oct 2008 - 12:37

Visiblement, la tête de Mickey dans le looping faisait trop moderne, alors que Paradise Pear sera censé arboré un style victoirien désormais.
Mais bon, c'est vrai que ça a un côté un peu absurde d'enlever le soleil de la grande roue pour y mettre a tête de Mickey et de mettre le soleil dans le looping, même si je suis sûr que ce sera très joli malgré tout...
Concernant cars Land, outre les nouvelles attractions et l'agrandissement en superficie, les rochers au fond du land vont surtout permettre de boucher la vue sur l'extérieur.
Ceux qui ont visité DCA le savent, en regardant dans cette direction, on voit les hôtels style Sheraton et surtout le centre de convention d'Anaheim. ça tue complètement le sentiment d'immersion. Désormais, avec carsland, on sera vraiment dans un monde à part.
Par contre, je retrette profondément qu'ils vont supprimer le magnifique trompe l'oeil d'Hollywood baclot pour mettre à la place une façade plus classique. C'était l'un des trompe l'oeil les plus bluffant que je connaisse. Désormais, à la place, on aura ça:

Pour rappel, pour l'instant, on a ça...
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Ven 17 Oct 2008 - 18:11

@Mr.Freddy a écrit:
Par contre, je retrette profondément qu'ils vont supprimer le magnifique trompe l'oeil d'Hollywood baclot pour mettre à la place une façade plus classique. C'était l'un des trompe l'oeil les plus bluffant que je connaisse.
On peut regretter (ou pas, selon les goûts) la suppression de ce trompe-l'oeil mais ça va dans la logique de transformation du Backlot en Hollywoodland (Hollywood des années 20) et je pense que ça rendra bien! Smile

Sinon, encore plus de photos là: http://micechat.com/forums/blogs/dateline-disneyland/784-10-17-blue-sky-cellar-pixie-hollow-court-des-merch-bakery-holiday-merch-more.html

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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Ven 17 Oct 2008 - 23:04

il y a meme des vidéos dans la rubrique d'accueil LP Lotion: Blue Sky Cellar sur http://www.laughingplace.com
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Sam 18 Oct 2008 - 16:16

Si on pouvait avoir un placemaking de la sorte aux WDS... Sad
Là c'est drastique: on casse, on embellit, on rethême, on aggrandit et on développe. Vous avez vu la taille de CarsLand??




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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Sam 18 Oct 2008 - 20:19

Pour revenir sur le post de Guimik, Laughing Place propose des vidéos intéressantes, comme la présentation qu'on trouve dans le Blue Sky Cellar ou des vues des maquettes. Et bien sûr un best of de toutes les photos visibles dans l'attraction. Le lien direct:

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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Dim 19 Oct 2008 - 21:29

Au fait, c'est un peu HS mais bon...
On a entendu il y a quelques temps sur le forum qu'une expo sur Narnia devait avoir lieu dans l'actuel Armageddon au WDS, mais ce ne serait pas en réalité une expo un peu sur le même thème que ce qui ce passe a DCA sur l'avenir de nos studios avec son plan d'extension, mais aussi sur l'avenir du resort?

De plus je trouve que certains des concept arts présenté on un petit air de ce qui a étai réalisé il y a peu au studio, le boulevard, cars... mais mieux fini apparemment.
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MessageSujet: Re: [Disney California Adventure] Placemaking et futur du Parc Lun 20 Oct 2008 - 23:49

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De plus je trouve que certains des concept arts présenté on un petit air de ce qui a étai réalisé il y a peu au studio, le boulevard, cars... mais mieux fini apparemment.
Mieux fini est un euphémisme. Je te conseille de relire ce qui a été écrit pour le début. Là-bas, ils ont e vrais boulevards (pas deux façades de 20 m de long) et ils vont avoir un carsland de 6 hectares, avec 3 attractions dont un e-ticket ride qui s'annonce énorme. Rien à voir avec le manège qu'on a aux WDS.
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