OK firstly just to clarify this topic a bit:
This is a topic about Visual Vs. Practical design (and how its different in themeparks)- and is on a Bookish level of contemplation. The reason I am writing it is because I wan't people to understand what feels good in asthetics.
This picture is a bit like what I am talking a bout:
Ignore the Bums. The bums are irrelivant. I'm talking about what you see in the blue square
. In the blue square you have part of plane. The designer has taken a practical part of a plane and put it in a hall. He/She has taken from an intense, securetized, exciting, sometimes worrying enviroment of a plane and put it in safety of a church or village hall, thats quiet and safely on the ground.
Its lame in a way; The more hardcore thing to be doing is to be on a plane, having an adrenaline rush but no - on this plane the only danger is from the Hot Water Dispenser people are using for their tea.
It is a bit like when a famous actor is doing theatre and he goes to the pub across the road to help pour pints or when Jesus washed the feet of his disiplces. Someone/something who should be high flying and in a more intense, rock and roll enviroment comes down to a much more humble, homely position. They are taken out of their usual context.