More than any other industry, the theme park business is unique for its broad diversity of professionals required in a highly collaborative effort to design and produce immersive entertainment experiences.
Entertainment designers, architects, retail and hospitality operators, costume designers, engineers and financial analysts are just some of the many professionals that work together to help make this dream a reality.
Regardless of our background, we all share a common vision and goal, that is, to create the perfect guest experience for everyone. That to me is the core of the theme park business.
Not limited by it's size, IRMS is comprised of talents from architecture, landscaping, exhibition, film, theater, gaming and so on. It's always fun to interact with people from other industries when we collaborate and to share with them my process and ideologies of theme park design.
The approach to designing for theme parks might seem common sense on the surface but there are layers which might not be apparent to people who are new to the industry.
For my next post, I will highlight some of the key elements and tool sets that I adopt and I hope it will help you gain some insight into what we do and how we do it. Stay tuned!
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