Livable Lego House

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I guess real bricks just don’t cut it these days. UK Top Gear television presenter James May is building a life- sized Lego house in a vineyard. The toy enthusiast who also has his own TV show titled James May’s Toy Stories insists that this 2-storey Lego palace with working bathroom is completely livable, well at least for a day or two.

Each bricks is made up of 272 Lego pieces each, and over 816 million Lego pieces have been used. Thousands of fans answered his call for help by donating Lego to him and assisting him with the building of the structure. James already grabbed our attention earlier this year by building a garden made purely out of Plasticine.


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