A small museum designed by Frank O. Gehry added to a forest. Its aim is
to create the desired ‘Bilbao-effect’,meaning: attracting huge amounts of
tourists with the help of an ‘iconic’ buiding designed by a ‘star architect’.
An inverted roller coaster (in which the train runs under the track, leaving the
passengers' legs, rather than their arms, exposed) added to a forest, as part
of a planned amusement park.
A castle added to a forest, inspired by Neuschwanstein, the nineteenth-century
Romanesque Revival palace commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria, that was also
the inspiration for Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle. It can be used as hotel
or shopping centre.