MAKING IT HAPPEN: NEXT STEPS

The document that you are reading is just the beginning. To bring the Frankenstein Center to life we will, of course, need to make a complete model of this project. To accomplish this, we have stablished a three-step plan.*

THE FIRST STEP consists of conceiving the Center’s special features, how it will operate and considering the project’s features in detail. This step has so far been completed. The document that you are currently reading is the result of this preliminary step.

THE SECOND STEP concerns the visual development of the entire Center and involves designing an animated presentation of it, making the technical, architectural and engineering plans and finally, establishing the total construction cost.
This will take place in two stages, the second of which will be conceived and carried out in close collaboration with the Frankenstein Center’s host nation.

 UNDERTAKING THIS COMPLEX PROJECT WILL REQUIRE FINANCING AND IT IS PRECISELY FOR THIS REASON THAT THIS PRESENTATION HAS BEEN CREATED.

The first stage of the second step involves bringing together all experts and specialists in the different domains that are useful to the creation of the Frankenstein Center. It is our partner Atomos that is charged with this task that will take a period of between three and six months.

The second stage of the second step consists of materialising the result of the Atomos meetings. To achieve this, a first-class team of artists and experts will develop, stage and design the Frankenstein Center in its entirety, in collaboration with specialists from each field.

All of the Center’s units must be considered autonomous but interconnected. This concept of units offers optimal flexibility during the design phase of the Frankenstein Center. The Center can therefore consist of units selected according to space available, geographical or cultural setting, the budget, the story being told or any other consideration, allowing for the creation of an adaptable and dynamic space. Essentially, any units that are not used for the Center’s initial creation can be added later during a period of development or extension of this entertainment environment.

A second team working in direct collaboration with the first will create a 3D teaser presentation of the Frankenstein Center lasting between 300 and 360 seconds.

This work in its entirety will be the subject of a film that documents and promotes the Frankenstein Center’s journey.

The time frame for achieving the second stage is estimated at 24 months. At the end of this period we will be able to present this entire project to investors, clients and potential buyers.

TO ACHIEVE THE SECOND STEP, THE PROPOSED BUDGET IS REQUIRED.

THE THIRD STEP will consist of building the Frankenstein Center. The duration of the work will be determined by the complexity and final size of the project, the allocated funds and many other factors that remain to be decided by the host country.

For future investors, the impending arrangements regarding the materialisation of the project will follow the standard protocol for such matters. The specific details for investment conditions and the return on investment will be determined depending on the profiles of the various stakeholders and contributors throughout the course of the negotiations to come.
The intellectual property that is the Frankenstein Center as well as the right to discuss its content and concrete implications are the property of Three Golden Doors Sàrl.

Thank you for your interest in the Frankenstein Center. For more information on this project as well as the corresponding budget, please get in touch.

* All engineering, feasibility, cost and public access studies depend on many factors, which we do not know at present. They should be provided by specialists and refer to precise data that is linked specifically to the place and chosen configuration for undertaking the construction of the Frankenstein Center.

“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe.”
The replicant Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer) in Blade Runner, by Ridley Scott (1982); dialogue of Hampton Fancher and David Peoples.

MAKING IT HAPPEN: NEXT STEPS

The document that you are reading is just the beginning. To bring the Frankenstein Center to life we will, of course, need to make a complete model of this project. To accomplish this, we have stablished a three-step plan.*

THE FIRST STEP consists of conceiving the Center’s special features, how it will operate and considering the project’s features in detail. This step has so far been completed. The document that you are currently reading is the result of this preliminary step.

THE SECOND STEP concerns the visual development of the entire Center and involves designing an animated presentation of it, making the technical, architectural and engineering plans and finally, establishing the total construction cost.
This will take place in two stages, the second of which will be conceived and carried out in close collaboration with the Frankenstein Center’s host nation.

 UNDERTAKING THIS COMPLEX PROJECT WILL REQUIRE FINANCING AND IT IS PRECISELY FOR THIS REASON THAT THIS PRESENTATION HAS BEEN CREATED.

The first stage of the second step involves bringing together all experts and specialists in the different domains that are useful to the creation of the Frankenstein Center. It is our partner Atomos that is charged with this task that will take a period of between three and six months.

The second stage of the second step consists of materialising the result of the Atomos meetings. To achieve this, a first-class team of artists and experts will develop, stage and design the Frankenstein Center in its entirety, in collaboration with specialists from each field.

All of the Center’s units must be considered autonomous but interconnected. This concept of units offers optimal flexibility during the design phase of the Frankenstein Center. The Center can therefore consist of units selected according to space available, geographical or cultural setting, the budget, the story being told or any other consideration, allowing for the creation of an adaptable and dynamic space. Essentially, any units that are not used for the Center’s initial creation can be added later during a period of development or extension of this entertainment environment.

A second team working in direct collaboration with the first will create a 3D teaser presentation of the Frankenstein Center lasting between 300 and 360 seconds.

This work in its entirety will be the subject of a film that documents and promotes the Frankenstein Center’s journey.

The time frame for achieving the second stage is estimated at 24 months. At the end of this period we will be able to present this entire project to investors, clients and potential buyers.

TO ACHIEVE THE SECOND STEP, THE PROPOSED BUDGET IS REQUIRED.

THE THIRD STEP will consist of building the Frankenstein Center. The duration of the work will be determined by the complexity and final size of the project, the allocated funds and many other factors that remain to be decided by the host country.

For future investors, the impending arrangements regarding the materialisation of the project will follow the standard protocol for such matters. The specific details for investment conditions and the return on investment will be determined depending on the profiles of the various stakeholders and contributors throughout the course of the negotiations to come.
The intellectual property that is the Frankenstein Center as well as the right to discuss its content and concrete implications are the property of Three Golden Doors Sàrl.

Thank you for your interest in the Frankenstein Center. For more information on this project as well as the corresponding budget, please get in touch.

* All engineering, feasibility, cost and public access studies depend on many factors, which we do not know at present. They should be provided by specialists and refer to precise data that is linked specifically to the place and chosen configuration for undertaking the construction of the Frankenstein Center.

“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe.”
The replicant Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer) in Blade Runner, by Ridley Scott (1982); dialogue of Hampton Fancher and David Peoples.

MAKING IT HAPPEN: NEXT STEPS

The document that you are reading is just the beginning. To bring the Frankenstein Center to life we will, of course, need to make a complete model of this project. To accomplish this, we have stablished a three-step plan.*

THE FIRST STEP consists of conceiving the Center’s special features, how it will operate and considering the project’s features in detail. This step has so far been completed. The document that you are currently reading is the result of this preliminary step.

THE SECOND STEP concerns the visual development of the entire Center and involves designing an animated presentation of it, making the technical, architectural and engineering plans and finally, establishing the total construction cost.
This will take place in two stages, the second of which will be conceived and carried out in close collaboration with the Frankenstein Center’s host nation.

 UNDERTAKING THIS COMPLEX PROJECT WILL REQUIRE FINANCING AND IT IS PRECISELY FOR THIS REASON THAT THIS PRESENTATION HAS BEEN CREATED.

The first stage of the second step involves bringing together all experts and specialists in the different domains that are useful to the creation of the Frankenstein Center. It is our partner Atomos that is charged with this task that will take a period of between three and six months.

The second stage of the second step consists of materialising the result of the Atomos meetings. To achieve this, a first-class team of artists and experts will develop, stage and design the Frankenstein Center in its entirety, in collaboration with specialists from each field.

All of the Center’s units must be considered autonomous but interconnected. This concept of units offers optimal flexibility during the design phase of the Frankenstein Center. The Center can therefore consist of units selected according to space available, geographical or cultural setting, the budget, the story being told or any other consideration, allowing for the creation of an adaptable and dynamic space. Essentially, any units that are not used for the Center’s initial creation can be added later during a period of development or extension of this entertainment environment.

A second team working in direct collaboration with the first will create a 3D teaser presentation of the Frankenstein Center lasting between 300 and 360 seconds.

This work in its entirety will be the subject of a film that documents and promotes the Frankenstein Center’s journey.

The time frame for achieving the second stage is estimated at 24 months. At the end of this period we will be able to present this entire project to investors, clients and potential buyers.

TO ACHIEVE THE SECOND STEP, THE PROPOSED BUDGET IS REQUIRED.

THE THIRD STEP will consist of building the Frankenstein Center. The duration of the work will be determined by the complexity and final size of the project, the allocated funds and many other factors that remain to be decided by the host country.

For future investors, the impending arrangements regarding the materialisation of the project will follow the standard protocol for such matters. The specific details for investment conditions and the return on investment will be determined depending on the profiles of the various stakeholders and contributors throughout the course of the negotiations to come.
The intellectual property that is the Frankenstein Center as well as the right to discuss its content and concrete implications are the property of Three Golden Doors Sàrl.

Thank you for your interest in the Frankenstein Center. For more information on this project as well as the corresponding budget, please get in touch.

* All engineering, feasibility, cost and public access studies depend on many factors, which we do not know at present. They should be provided by specialists and refer to precise data that is linked specifically to the place and chosen configuration for undertaking the construction of the Frankenstein Center.

“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe.”
The replicant Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer) in Blade Runner, by Ridley Scott (1982); dialogue of Hampton Fancher and David Peoples.

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© Three Golden Doors Sàrl – ® All Rights Reserved / Todos los derechos reservados / 保留所有权利 / Tous droits réservés