We need to design something Christmassy that can be installed at the park entrance. It can be any eye-catching and memorable object—interactive, illuminated, doesn’t matter, as long as it’s striking and entertaining. It can’t be just an ordinary decorated Christmas tree.
Deciding to make a tree out of ladders—a stack of intersecting ladders that from a distance resembles a fir tree, with an arbor decorated with lamps, swings and benches inside, and some Christmas decoration in the center.
Or we can make a tree that looks like a topographic symbol.
Opting for the ladder concept. Engineers make changes to the design. The number of benches should equal the number of bearing ladders. The frame should be cone-shaped.
Art director suggests to put a star on top and add characters that climb the tree to decorate it. Deciding that the central element should be a pile of presents.
Taking pictures, drawing characters.
Remodeling the frame five more times. Done!
The contractor makes and assembles the tree.