Barnably Gunning Architects have made a life size house made entirely of Lego. It is a two-story, single family home and features the standard amenities, like beds, windows and working bathrooms all made of Lego bricks. Using software called Luxology, they were able to model and visualize the home before being built. The actual construction of the single family home took place over a six weeks and was the finale to BBC’s James May’s Toy Stories TV show. The home was open to the public during the summer of 2009, but has since then been taken down.
Barnaby Gunning Architects in the UK used Luxology’s 3D modo 401 software to model and visualize a full-size house, which made short work of the design process. The LEGO House was created for the series finale of the BBC’s James May’s Toy Stories television show, where each episode focused on the creation of ambitious projects using classic toys. The structure is a two-story, single family home that was constructed in a matter of weeks and opened to the public last summer in Surrey, U.K.