Keeping the original buildings while adding green space means less room for increasingly larger crowds. Likely a factor in the new design.
Complete with a "Quick, throw something at the nostalgics" Epcot-flavored revival of the Adventurers Club, home to a cabaret show of lost Epcot characters starring a Dreamfinder puppet singing the Beer Song.I get what you're saying, but I also get what he's saying. EPCOT for better or worse now has an identity of sorts with the Showcase. That's part of the unity, nations, etc. image. These new plans (beer gardens) are really turning EPCOT on its head and ruining what little identity it did have. I would love for the original idea of EPCOT to be realized, but we all know that will never happen. Not when you can make tons of money selling craft beer and turning EPCOT into Pleasure Island.
Thanks! I did like the feel and look of that art tbh and was hopeful for that style in the setup the park has now. But I’m really disappointed in the direction they’ve chosen to go in. I know it is what it is, but for some reason I find it very hard to accept..I’ve not seen them from the sides (assuming I know anything) although as I said that piece of art was not very accurate.
Dunno. It was in Mr. C's drawing. I'm guessing a water feature like the Odyssey overlooks water. The vague artist's concept had something aquatic looking in that place. We were joking it looked like a dolphin arena.what are the overlapping shades of purpose about besides a festival center?