LEGOs came around in the 1940s, and a lot of people fell in love with them. Both adults and kids couldn't get enough of the beautiful structures. The fact that these toy rocks were interlocking was able to be up great creativity and wonder in many people.
Now, LEGO has grown to encompass different aspects of our lives in their different structures. You could experience your movies via LEGOs. You are allowed to couple a number of creative structures together, thereby increasing one's creativity. A lot of engineers grew up loving engineering because of LEGO.
Largest LEGO structure
We will look at the largest LEGO structures ever made. These structures will blow your mind away. Experts came together to couple them.
1. A full-sized functional home
Well, like the name states, an engineering wizard decided to use all his thinking faculty to create this. There is a great chance that you know of James May, Top Gear engineering whiz.
He created a house that one can live in, and it is large. Do you know how large a real house is? This is how this LEGO house created by James May is. The house was made with more than three million LEGO bricks in the year, 2009.
This house has a toilet, a shower, a sink and so on, and all of them worked well. Unfortunately, it was turned down weeks later. We wish we can live in a house like that. Won't it be an awesome idea?
2. The Lord of the Rings' Rivendell
There is hardly anyone that has not heard of the Lord of The Rings. It was one of the best book series and movie series that we ever watched. I couldn't get enough of it, and I wish that it could be resurrected once more.
This was what Alice Finch and David Frank, LEGO enthusiasts decided to do. As fans of both the Lord of the Rings and LEGO, they divided to create an Elvin realm. According to the creator, they had an Elvin Realm that they fancied in the Lord of the Rings series, Rivendell. They made this in 2013, and it was marvelous. To get the work done, they had to couple over 200,000 bricks together.
When they were done, we had no choice but to marvel at how awesome their details were. The Elven figurines were tiny and so realistic. I would have thought that they were real. What about plant life? It was one in town. For fans of The Lord of The Rings and LEGO, there is a great chance that you will love this.
Taj Mahal is one of the wonders of the world, and it has exceptional beauty. This is a memorable site in Asia that many tourists troop in to go and see. To commemorate its beauty, the LEGOLAND Dubai decided to create it in 2016. When it was unveiled, we marveled at how realistic it was. It seemed that the Taj Mahal was copied and pasted there, but in this case, it was pasted in LEGO bricks. Every detail was captured in this piece. It is said that it took 280,741 bricks to make them. Can we just clap for the LEGOLAND Dubai for creating this marvel?
4. Batman Batarang
For Batman's fans, the Batarang is something that we loved. We fancied how he used it to attack his enemies. A fan of the hooded hero decided to create this, but in this case, it was a LEGO design firm Bright Bricks. They created this awesome Batman Batarang and designed it in such a way as it crash-landed a few seconds ago. It was erected on the Observation Point in London's South Bank, and everyone that went by had to stop and take a picture.
This structure took more than 35,000 LEGO pieces to make, and we can say that it was worth it. This structure is 133 times bigger than the LEGO piece that inspired its creation. To the creators of this design, we bow at how awesome they are.
5. Life-size X-Wing fighter
Have you watched Star Wars, there is a great chance that you would have fancied this structure? A lot of experts were hired by LEGO to create this masterpiece. It is the full-scale X-Wing starfighter that is seen in a lot of Star Wars films. For Star War fans, this is extraordinary. It is no news that LEGO regularly employs experts to create extraordinary structures and this was one of them.
When this structure was done, it swallowed 5 million LEGO bricks. It was said to weigh about 45,000 pounds. This is far larger than the allowed weight for a number of small aircraft.
The team put a lot of engineering concepts into play. They made the jet to be able to be traveled in. It can withstand a large amount of damage and stress. It toes the line of what the creators of the original model had in mind and had created.
Leave the sci-fi tech aside, this is awesome.
6. Starship: OSS Pontbriand
Like its counterpart above, this was created with details in mind. The creator, Jeff Pelletier paid serious attention to details. It is an awesome sight to behold. The Starship: OSS Pontbriand has a length of six feet and his interiors are made up of four levels.
We don't know if it will be able to lift off the ground and get to space, but it is awesome. The interior design is creative.
7. Tallest LEGO tower in the world
It is no news that for a long time, many people have competed to create the biggest tower in existence. Many experts have put together LEGO pieces to see if they will their counterparts or the previous records. The largest tower, for now, is located in Tel Aviv, Israel.
We won't be surprised if it is outed by another tower in the future. This tower has a high of 118 feet.
It is believed that this project began when Omer Sayag, an eight-year-old pupil died from cancer. The teachers decided to create a large tower to honor him. Omer spent his days, creating LEGO towers, while he struggled with cancer.
A lot of people gathered together, mostly his teachers, to create a large tower in the city of Tel Aviv. They spent over five hundred thousand LEGO bricks to build it. It honors the memory of a young boy that tried to fight off cancer. May he rest in peace.
8. Allianz Arena model
The LEGOLAND Deutschland Resort decided to create a detailed replica of the Allianz Arena in Munich. It was made with only LEGO bricks. This structure has figures of fans standing there. If you look at this structure, you have no choice but to be amazed. It comes with the outer dome that is quite complicated to build. Much effort, skills and time were put into its creation.
This arena is said to be about a meter tall and has 30,000 varying spectators made of LEGO. This is phenomenal.
9. Detailed map of Europe
The map of Europe is not something that can easily be copied, but it was copied by experts. It was created by Tobias Reichling and Bruno Kurth.
Do you know that this map has a height of more than twelve feet? It was created with more than fifty thousand LEGO bricks and elements. This map has every feature seen on the map of Europe. You will see the different points of interest, as well as its numerous topography showing in varying hues.
10. Life-sized giraffe
This is like a real giraffe. If you look at it from afar, you would mistake it for one. Every attention was paid to the tiniest of details. This is sewn outside of LEGO land Discovery Center Boston. It was created with twenty-two thousand Duplo bricks. This is amazing to the eyes.
11. Escher's "Relativity"
This structure was created to look exactly like the 1953 lithograph print created by M.C. Escher, a renowned Dutch artist.
It seems like it was created in a world where there was no gravity. The creators of this LEGO piece, Daniel Shiu and Andrew Lipson spent a long time creating this.
They also looked for the right angle of the picture that would make their work pop. The illusion of the original piece was made based on how the camera was placed, and not by how the artwork was made itself.
This was a mindblowing work to do, and they achieved it.
12. Futurama's New New York
This was created by a known LEGO designer, Matt De Lanoy. He created an awesome version of the Futurama depiction of New York.
He made sure that he paid attention to every detail. This can be seen in his five feet by seven feet structure. He even incorporated the Planet Express, as well as the Robot Arms Apartments. These apartments were resided by the characters in Futurama. You will also see the head Museum, and a lot more.
13. The LEGO Batcave Playset
This Batcave took a lot of time to be created. It is said that about twelve weeks were spent in putting the pieces together. It was made by Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey. This structure took about twenty thousand pieces to be made. When it was done, it weighed about one hundred pounds. It has a fantastic light system. I won't mind living in this Batcave. It is awesome. As a Batman and LEGO fan, I love this.
14. Scale model of Japan
The Japanese arm of the LEGO company decided to make this. It took over five thousand volunteers to make them. This is said to take the form of the country in the future. It took about 1.8 million LEGO blocks. Can we say that this is awesome? Yes, we can.
15. A full-sized car
You may not be able to drive this, but this life-size LEGO Volvo XC90 is intriguing. In a different world, I won't mind pulling up with this type of car.
It can be seen in front of the LEGO retailer in Vail County, Colorado. It was made by some engineers working with California's LEGOLAND. It is said to have more than two hundred thousand LEGO bricks.
Like earlier mentioned, I wish that we could drive it, but we can't. This doesn't undermine the fact that it is a great structure created by expert LEGO engineers.
16. A380 Airplane
This can be seen in LEGOLAND Denmark. It is said to be the largest ever to be created, for now. It has a length of ten feet, and more than 75,000 LEGO blocks were used in its creation. The experts that created this are really talented and that can be seen in the results of their work.
17. Abston Church of Christ
Have you ever wanted to worship in a church made with LEGO? Well, Amy Hughes decided to create something like that. This church is seven feet tall, and it is christened, the Abston Church of Christ. It is said to take the form of other-worldly aura and can be said to be an architectural beauty. We won't be wrong if we said that it is marvelous. Serious attention was paid to details when this structure was made. Hundreds of thousands of bricks were used in creating this structure. It also has unique figurines. This is amazing.
18. Aircraft carrier
This aircraft carrier was made with the USS Harry S. Truman in mind. It is said to weigh 350-pound, and it is an awesome piece of LEGO artwork. It has a lot of features such as radar dishes, elevators that work, electrical lights that work, and so on. It was created by Malle Hawking in Germany. This structure is said to have a length of sixteen feet and stands at four feet tall. This is a big model and is said to float effortlessly. A lot of engineering principles were put into making this structure.
19. London Eye
This was created by a lot of engineers that work at the LEGOLAND Windsor. It looks like the busy city of London and it is made with art in mind. It features the best of landmarks. You can see a lot of creative landmarks such as Tower Bridge, the Palace of Westminster, the London Eye, and so on. It was created with above 13 million LEGO blocks and took a lot of time coupling them together. It won't be a bad idea to head to Windsor to see it. It is a masterpiece worth beholding. It is said to have been created in one of the most romantic spots in the city.
20. Mount Rushmore
This seems weird to some people, but this recreation of the Mount Rushmore is awesome to the eyes. It was created by engineers that work in LEGOLAND Denmark. This structure can be seen there, and it was made with more than a million LEGO bricks. This is awesome to behold. It won't be a bad idea to see it.
21. LEGO Montmartre
This structure can be seen in LEGOLAND Windsor. It recreates Paris's 18th arrondissement. If you know the Montmartre, you will love the LEGO version. It was created by engineers that know their onion. It is said to have been made with above one million figurines, bricks and so on. We are amazed at how awesome it is.
22. Full airport
This airport was created to be an important aspect of the LEGO City made in the city of Jakarta, Indonesia. The airport is said to have the features of a real airport. You will see the personnel there, the planes, the tarmac, as well as the gardens surrounding the place.
23. Obama presidential inauguration
In distally was inaugurated as the president of the US, the replica of his inauguration was made in LEGOLAND California. The inauguration of the 44th President was a sight to behold and to honor the importance of the event, LEGOLAND California decided to make it.
You will every feature of that day in this LEGO recreation. You will Aretha Franklin's performance. You will also see the portable toilets there, with guests in a queue, hoping to use them. The structure is awesome.
24. An afternoon of a Faun sculpture
If you are a fan of art, you may have heard of the renowned photo created by David Hughes in the twentieth century. This picture was recreated with more than three thousand bricks. The creators spent long hours cooling them together. If you stare at this piece, you would think that you were looking at the real-life structure of the ballet picture. You will Tanaquil Le Clercq dancing on there.
25. Toy Story sculpture
This can be seen in the Downtown Disney Marketplace. This structure was made by engineers working for the LEGO company and is said to possess a lot of features. You will see Woody and Buzz Lightyear there. You will also see a firecracker being shot into the sky.
26. A Blackberry 9360
Do you remember the time that Blackberry was reigning and a lot of us wanted to have it? Well, in 2010, to commemorate the craze of this phone, Nathan Sawaya, a LEGO designer decides to make this. It is a replica of the 9360 model, but it is five feet. It was made with LEGO blocks totally.
It seems like an exact replica, but he ushered in some disparities to spice it up.
27. Mona Lisa
This was also created by the creator of the Blackberry model made entirely from LEGOs that we talked about earlier.
Nathan Sawaya has been involved in turning a lot of pop culture artworks into LEGO forms. It was made with thousand of bricks. This designer decided to redefine her iconic smile that has been loved by many people.
28. Mythbusters LEGO Ball
This was created to debunk a popular myth that had been perpetuated for a long time. There was a viral video that was going around then that a giant ball created form LEGOs could stand the test of time when collided into a number of times. The Mythbusters team knew this was false, and decided to create a large ball with about a million LEGO bricks to debunk this. They ended up proving that the ball made of LEGOs is unable to withstand the trip from the starting point to the finish line.
29. Biggest Titanic model in the world
This was created by a fifteen-year-old boy that has autism. His name is Brynjar Karl Bigisson, and he lives in Iceland.
This is said to be the largest replica of the Titanic. It is said to stand at twenty-six feet and is currently five feet tall.
He started working on it when he was ten years old. It took him long months to make them, and he ended up using more than fifty-six thousand bricks.
30. Land Rover advertisement
This Land Rover is said to have beat its competitors. It took a long time to make and is said to have swallowed 5,805,846 bricks. It s the biggest one built with solely LEGO bricks.
31. Kennedy Space Center model
This is sited in the LEGOLAND Florida Resort. This was made with the aim of creating the Kennedy Space Center. It is said to have a lot of features that can be seen in the real deal. You will see incredible things such as Vehicle Assembly Building, launchpad, U.S. space shuttle, as well as the Rocket Garden there. Over 50,000 bricks were used in naming this structure and it took over 1,506 square feet of space. This is amazing.
32. Giant t-rex
Have you ever wanted to see a T-rex? There are a lot of movies that have a T-rex there like Jurassic Park. This one made of only LEGOs can be seen outside LEGO World Place in sunny Florida. It is said to be made with above eighty thousand bricks. If you stand below it, you will marvel at how tall it is. The creators really took their time. These giant t-rex stands tall and is made up of about 80,000 bricks.
33. Egyptian Pharaoh
There is a great chance that you must have heard of the Egyptian Pharaoh. This is one of the most popular rulers in all of the time. The pyramids tell of their glory. In LEGOLAND Windsor, the sculpture of the Pharaoh was created there. It is said to be 16 feet tall. It has a weight of above one ton.
With how large it is, it is said to attract the attention of anyone nearby. Isn't that awesome?
34. Polar bear sculpture
Have you loved a polar bear? You could see this marvelous structure in Philadelphia Zoo. It is a LEGO sculpture made to look like a polar bear, and it was made by Sean Kenney, a phenomenal artist. It has more than ninety-five thousand bricks. More than a thousand volunteers came together to make this. It is a life-size form of this creature.
35. Herobot 9000
This is said to be in the LEGO store sited at the Mall of America. If you are in Bloomington, Minnesota, you should go and see it. It replicates the Herobot 9000. It has a height of thirty-four feet and took over two million LEGOS bricks to make.
36. Brickley the sea monster
There is a great chance that you must have heard of the friendly sea monster, Brickley. This can be seen in Disney Work, and many people fancy it. It is said to have consumed about 170,000 LEGO bricks and takes up a large space of thirty feet.
37. Life-size LEGO forest
This is sited at the rural area in the Australian Outback. Engineers working in LEGO made trees and flowers that look like the real deal. They are of life size. It looks like a real forest and was created in 2012. Won't you want to explore this forest? I would.
38. LEGO Table
This table is said to have been made with 22,742 pieces. It was created using the normal LEGO building method. They didn't make use of any glue. It is said to have been made B.A. Engineering of Prussia St. The toughened glass created by Action Glass is used to top it up. I wouldn't mind eating on this table, but it is not possible.
39. Crawler Town
This is a large masterpiece and comes with a lot of features. You will see awesome things like full suspension, functional powered treads that enables it to move, as well as steering. I love it.
40. LEGO Sport City
If you are a fan of sports, you will love this. It was created by the Hong Kong LEGO Users Group (HKLUG) with the aim of promoting the Summer Olympic Games that was supposed to hold in Beijing. It is an awesome piece and the creators really put a lot of attention to details.
41. LEGO Airbus A380
Have you ever tried an Airbus? You will appreciate this one made with LEGO pieces. It is created on a 1:25 scale.
It is said to have the following measurements: 9.5-foot long, 10.5-foot wingspan, 3.2-foot tall. It has a weight of 220 pounds. We can't help but be thankful for this creation.
42. LEGO Dragon
You can see this large dragon made of LEGO bricks at Disneyworld in Florida. There is a LEGO store there and that is where it can be seen. If you love dragons, you will love this.
43. Queen Mary 2
Have you ever wanted to see The Queen Mary 2 in LEGOs? It is made possible here.
44. Nintendo DSi
This sculpture is made up of LEGOs. It was displayed at the Nintendo World Store at Rockefeller Center. If you are in New York City, you can see them there.
45. Engagement Portrait
Have you wanted to see a couple engaged? You can see it here. This picture depicts people getting engaged. There is a life-size of an engagement portrait made with only LEGOs.
These pieces created above were made by phenomenal artists that decided to think outside the box. You, too, can do the same.