This diploma thesis deals with the regeneration of a community in Florida and its transformation into a theme park. The company of Walt Disney is the dominant one in this type of entertainment which is characterized by a linear narrative. It is a group of hundreds of subsidiaries in the fields of entertainment, real estate, publishing, etc. Celebration City, a suburban community of 10,000 people in Florida, built by Disney in 1996, has been our basic case study and the plot of conversion into a theme park. It is a community embedded in the movement of New Urbanism, the typical American suburb that moves away from city centers seeking security and subjective homogeneity, coupled with the great embrace of the Walt Disney family. Through our theoretical and analytical tools, we have identified the syntax of the spatial structure of Celebration as a collection code that collects its functions thematically. Every open search attempt is converted into a directed search through its thematized structure. Taking into account the violent turmoil that broke out and the state of emergency that arose due to the fading of Disney's character from the community, we are called, as architects, to resolve this crisis by proposing the new disneysation of the community and its transformation into a theme park, preserving habitation, with the theme of Walt Disney City. So we convert the pre-existing areas of the community into 6 of our park's themes, each inspired by the structural conclusions we have identified and want to emphasize. In fact, our architectural / urban planning interventions act as a vehicle for the degradation of the grotesque elements that we have identified in this community, by reversing (detournement) its structural elements through the same aesthetics and language and turn it against itself.