In 1955, Walt Disney opened Disneyland, the world’s first “theme park.” Disney’s distinctive approach to representing the past, present, and future in concrete form – using a variety of architectural styles that simulated real or imaginary places – has also shaped our responses to architecture and the city.
Karal Ann Marling
Graphic design by Glenn Goluska
Published in French as L’architecture du réconfort : Les parcs thématiques de Disney
Softcover, 47 pages