Few months back, James May created a huge LEGO house out of 3.3 millions bricks. It was the largest unglued LEGO structures then.
It was cleared that plans for Legoland to move it to their theme park in Windsor fell through because transport costs were too high and despite a final Facebook appeal for someone to take it, no-one came forward. It was expected as high as £50,000 pounds to dismantle it and reassemble it.
After dismantled, the bricks will be sent to charity.
Ok, let’s take a look at this largest LEGO structures.
Well, it wasn’t really 100% LEGO, it was built around a wooden frame.
This is the picture of James May sits among a pile of Lego shapes which have been made of individual bricks. More than three million will be used to build a house which he has vowed to live in for a few days
Located at Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking, this was a 2 storey house sports a working bathroom, and is covered inside and out with bricks pieced together by 272 Legos (that is what James May holding on the pictures)
The view through the lounge window, all components are genuine Lego toy parts
Functioning closet and shower. Would you like to try?
James sits on his Lego bed. With Lego sheets, Lego pillows and a Lego mattress. Ough, should be hurt sleeping on that hard bricks.