This is part 1 or only a 2 part series featured about my fictitious town of Iroquois, New York, and the 40 year shopping history of it. Being that this is part 1, I will only be sharing the mall design and blue prints of it, part 2, I will showcase the time line of store history and shopping, not yet ready to unveil.
This was a small project of mine that came about on a Saturday while it was raining, and I was testing my recently installed Microsoft Word application on my computer. I designed a very commonly styled mall of the 70's, and a basic map of streets and stores that would basically show over time, the development, or a small town, the highs and lows of the economy and to really simulate how what a modern shopping center started from when the big shopping boom happened in the 1970's, when anyone opened a chain store that the public would shop at.
Really nice little 3 anchor mall, the national chain, regional chain, and local chain stores, a grand entrance, seen below, and a series of skylights inspired by the Rolling Acres Mall fountains with the 12 tree's center court.
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