THE FRANKENSTEIN CENTER: A THEME PARK?

The Frankenstein Center is composed of two complementary spaces: THE MARY SHELLEY INSTITUT and THE ZONE OF CROSS REALITIES. It expands over a 1.5 hectare space and spans 5 levels, both aerial and underground.

Nevertheless, the Center can be extended depending on the needs, wishes and expectations of the host nation.

In this instance, if the dimensions of the Mary Shelley Institute vary very little, the Zone of Cross Realities can be extended as desired, transforming the entire complex into a true theme park, stretching over three levels in a magical thirty hectare setting.
Designed for peri-urban areas, this park will have the same mode of operation as the Frankenstein Center on which it is based. Only the dimensions will vary, allowing this new space to present a much higher number of attractions to the general public and a more elaborate and larger scaled journey of experimentation.

The park presents a unique universe to the general public, stemming from a fusion between ancient mythology, the gothic Victorian universe and the fantasy of fairy tales and legends. A jaw-dropping technological present and imaginings of the future.

With its prestigious hotels, restaurants, shows and its spaces of high-velocity, vertigo, excitement and entertainment, the park is a madcap environment. It is a world where statues come to life and giants emerge from the ground, where doors ask us questions, our paths are crossed by invisible forces and where the earth rises as mysterious, underground life forms pass beneath.

With its prestigious hotels, restaurants, shows and its spaces of high-velocity, vertigo, excitement and entertainment, the park is a madcap environment. It is a world where statues come to life and giants emerge from the ground, where doors ask us questions, our paths are crossed by invisible forces and where the earth rises as mysterious, underground life forms pass beneath.

The Park presents three different and interconnected worlds, each one introducing and complementing the others: the World of the Past, the World of the Present and the World of the Future.

 

FRANKENSTEIN CENTER’S THEME PARK: OFF-GROUND VIEWS AND BASEMENT

FRANKENSTEIN CENTER’S THEME PARK

  • 30 hectares
  • 1 aerial level and 2 underground levels
  • 300.000 m2 surface area
  • 3 worlds: Past, Present, Future
  • 68 attractions

THE FRANKENSTEIN CENTER

The Mary Shelley Institute

  • Administration and Management Office
  • School of Concept Art and Philosophy
  • Atomos Lab
  • Eidolon Studio
  • Motion Capture studio
  • Cinema-Theater
  • Museum space
  • The Nursery

The Zone of Cross Realities on 30 hectares

  • The Tartarus
  • The Forest of Myths
  • The Labyrinth
  • The City of the Past
  • The Alchemical Castle
  • The Divided Village The Odyssey
  • The Road of the Future
  • 68 never before seen attractions
  • The House of Three Worlds
  • Genesis
  • The biggest multiplayer arena in the world
  • Alternative Universes
  • The Circle
  • Terrain roller-coasters, monorails
  • An aquatic journey of adventure
  • Water, aerial and foot paths
  • Hotels, swimming pools, spa, gourmet restaurants
  • Comic Con, ESWC, conferences and big events
  • 1 Image Festival
  • Galleries, exhibition rooms, areas for gaming shows
  • Library, media library, accommodation
  • Boutiques, shopping centre, restaurants, cafés
  • Play areas, shows
  • Parking – equipment rooms

IMPORTANT

In this document, the entire park fits into a rectangular structure. This is only a provisional proposal, it should be understood that the dimensions, shape and distribution of different areas and the complex as a whole are completely flexible and adaptable according to the needs required by the implementation sites and their dimensions.

THE FRANKENSTEIN CENTER: A THEME PARK?

The Frankenstein Center is composed of two complementary spaces: THE MARY SHELLEY INSTITUT and THE ZONE OF CROSS REALITIES. It expands over a 1.5 hectare space and spans 5 levels, both aerial and underground.

Nevertheless, the Center can be extended depending on the needs, wishes and expectations of the host nation.

In this instance, if the dimensions of the Mary Shelley Institute vary very little, the Zone of Cross Realities can be extended as desired, transforming the entire complex into a true theme park, stretching over three levels in a magical thirty hectare setting.
Designed for peri-urban areas, this park will have the same mode of operation as the Frankenstein Center on which it is based. Only the dimensions will vary, allowing this new space to present a much higher number of attractions to the general public and a more elaborate and larger scaled journey of experimentation.

The park presents a unique universe to the general public, stemming from a fusion between ancient mythology, the gothic Victorian universe and the fantasy of fairy tales and legends. A jaw-dropping technological present and imaginings of the future.

With its prestigious hotels, restaurants, shows and its spaces of high-velocity, vertigo, excitement and entertainment, the park is a madcap environment. It is a world where statues come to life and giants emerge from the ground, where doors ask us questions, our paths are crossed by invisible forces and where the earth rises as mysterious, underground life forms pass beneath.

With its prestigious hotels, restaurants, shows and its spaces of high-velocity, vertigo, excitement and entertainment, the park is a madcap environment. It is a world where statues come to life and giants emerge from the ground, where doors ask us questions, our paths are crossed by invisible forces and where the earth rises as mysterious, underground life forms pass beneath.

The Park presents three different and interconnected worlds, each one introducing and complementing the others: the World of the Past, the World of the Present and the World of the Future.

 

FRANKENSTEIN CENTER’S THEME PARK: OFF-GROUND VIEWS AND BASEMENT

FRANKENSTEIN CENTER’S THEME PARK

  • 30 hectares
  • 1 aerial level and 2 underground levels
  • 300.000 m2 surface area
  • 3 worlds: Past, Present, Future
  • 68 attractions

THE FRANKENSTEIN CENTER

The Mary Shelley Institute

  • Administration and Management Office
  • School of Concept Art and Philosophy
  • Atomos Lab
  • Eidolon Studio
  • Motion Capture studio
  • Cinema-Theater
  • Museum space
  • The Nursery

The Zone of Cross Realities on 30 hectares

  • The Tartarus
  • The Forest of Myths
  • The Labyrinth
  • The City of the Past
  • The Alchemical Castle
  • The Divided Village The Odyssey
  • The Road of the Future
  • 68 never before seen attractions
  • The House of Three Worlds
  • Genesis
  • The biggest multiplayer arena in the world
  • Alternative Universes
  • The Circle
  • Terrain roller-coasters, monorails
  • An aquatic journey of adventure
  • Water, aerial and foot paths
  • Hotels, swimming pools, spa, gourmet restaurants
  • Comic Con, ESWC, conferences and big events
  • 1 Image Festival
  • Galleries, exhibition rooms, areas for gaming shows
  • Library, media library, accommodation
  • Boutiques, shopping centre, restaurants, cafés
  • Play areas, shows
  • Parking – equipment rooms

IMPORTANT

In this document, the entire park fits into a rectangular structure. This is only a provisional proposal, it should be understood that the dimensions, shape and distribution of different areas and the complex as a whole are completely flexible and adaptable according to the needs required by the implementation sites and their dimensions.

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