Built Environment Analysis Outline

The building of the experience economy through recreational/tourist attractions in Atlanta has caused economic growth, an increase in diversity, and an increase in tourism. I. Intro a. What is an experience economy? b. Disneyfication c. What caused the experience economy to spread globally? d. When does Atlanta most evidently begin to build up its experience economy? II. The Symbolic Effect of the Economy a. Present commonly known pieces of architecture, or spaces whether natural or man-made, around the world. (i.e. Eiffel Tower, Grand Canyon, Great Wall, Niagara Falls) b. Elaborate on how the pieces function not only to make places distinctive, but also function as symbols for experience economies found in certain regions as tactics to promote tourism. c. Transition into symbols found in Atlanta like the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola, the CDC, King Memorial/Civil Rights District III. The Promotion of Recreational Spending through City Design a. Limited and paid parking promotes an increase of walkers and public transportation in Atlanta. b. Provide a brief explanation of Marta. Explain more so on the Atlanta Streetcar that was recently established. c. Peachtree Street extends through many of Atlanta’s attractions. d. How walkable is Atlanta? IV. Demographic Changes in Atlanta a. Present census statistics–increase in some racial groups and gentrification within black community b. Globalization in the environment c. Accommodation in the environment (relates to walkability, public transit) V. Conclusion a. Draw conclusions and connect the evidence presented to support the...

Outline: Built Environment Analysis

The built environment of Peachtree Street is strategically built to attract pedestrians; this is mainly done through the use of colors by the various businesses, organizations, corporations and restaurants on the street. The color on the roads, signs, and other things built by the city. Are the 1st step to draw in the pedestrian. talk about different studies of color Then the businesses , organizations, corporations, and restaurants put color on exterior of their establishments to attract people. The corporations and organizations, like law firms, have dull colors. Because they don’t have need to attract people, the people coming to them already know what they want. And have a decided in the past to go to that organization. Talk about the article on how color effects peoples thought process The restaurants have the most flashy colors Restaurants are trying to attract people in spur of the moment and use color to do this. Talk about the frequent colors used, and how color effects mood. Without these variations in color peach tree street wouldn’t be the same and perceived in the way that it....

Built Environment Analysis outline draft

Intro information Little Five Points and Virginia-Highlands are within close proximity, but seem worlds apart due to the communal differences in income, the surrounding neighborhoods, and the age range of the Atlantans that affiliate with these areas. The built environments of Little Five Points and Virginia Highlands shape and are shaped by different groups of people due to differences in the historical foundation of the spaces, the layout of the streets, and the location of these neighborhoods in proximity to other influential spaces in...
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