In 2019 Legoland Florida Resort opened its newest and largest expansion to date “THE LEGO MOVIE WORLD” based on the movie of the same title.
We were approached by Legoland Florida to be involved from the early creative stages of this project and provided initial concept, concept development and schematic services for this new themed area.
The design work spanned several attractions including ‘Unikitty Disco Drop’ – a children’s tower ride, ‘Battle of Bricksburg’ – a children’s water ride, and the ‘LEGO Move Masters of Flights’ – a flying theatre.
Dreamwood Park is located within Mriya Resort & Spa located in Yalta, Russia. This 4 Hectares theme park originally started out as a children’s play area.
As the park evolved, Scruffy Dog Creative Group were contacted by Creative Director Chris Lange to bring in our Design expertise. Scruffy Dog delivered the masterplanning, concept design & development, schematic and detail design for the five themed areas within the park; Forest, Air, Sea, Mountain and Tree of Adventure.
The result was an environment that reflects the ancient landscape of the area. Interspersed among the tall trees of the landscape are stranger looking trees, giant plants, vines, and flowers. Together these features form a magical land that envelops the rides and attractions.
In 2018 Dream Wood park won the Golden Pony award in relation to the design, theming, and choice of attractions, which contributed to a unique and inspiring guest experience.
Wicker Man is located at Alton Towers Resorts, UK and is the first wooden roller coaster to be installed in the UK in over 20 years. We were approached by Alton Towers to bring our design expertise to this project.
Scruffy Dog Creative Group delivered the initial concept, concept development, schematic and detail design for the overall theming. This included the ride, loading areas, queue lines, pre- show buildings and entrances.
In 2018 Scruffy Dog were presented with the award for ‘Best Themed Attraction’ at the Park World Excellence Awards, in recognition of its design work on ‘The Wickerman’.