Let’s see, if you can think it, you can build it, that’s pretty much how it goes, right? When it comes to Lego, that is definitely true in every sense. There are really no limitations when you play with Lego. It doesn’t matter if it is an epic scale build, or just something small that is really well done. You can always be sure that when you are finished, you will have taken your imagination for some exercise. A few blocks that seemingly at the first glance look like nothing more than… well, a few blocks, can be as intricate and real as your imagination wants them to be. We have seen examples of this time and time again, and we have of course featured some of those here on Bit Rebels.
The design agency NPIRE surely knows what it means to take on an great Lego build idea and finish it. They came up with a creative way to section off their kitchen area from the hallway, and it took them a year to accomplish their task. Of course, it was a wall divider entirely created out of Lego, and the process was meticulously documented in a series of photos. By the looks of it, things couldn’t have been more creative while they were building this badboy.
It took some 55,000 Lego blocks to fully build this wall, and even though it might not be a particularly good looking wall (even though Lego is quite a beautiful thing itself), it certainly serves its initial purpose. Now, here’s a question, was it the building that took a whole year to accomplish or do you think it was the actual acquisition of the Lego blocks that took so long? Either way, it’s a hell of a build that I am sure a lot of builders out there consider to be some kind of small landmark. Impressive is a word that is definitely properly used right now.
Via: [Fubiz – French]