For the Morris Museums 100th Anniversary in 2013, I was asked to design and build a replica of their museum building. I was really excited about this build because while the original building is 100 years old, there have been a few additions built onto it over the years. This meant for a very interesting design and build – with the varying architectural styles and all. It was fun and in some areas quite challenging! Rounding out this piece I included the trees, bushes, sunflowers and other elements on the grounds of the museum. This model now resides at the museum and you can view it there!
Specifications: Size: Appx: 50 inches wide x 30 inches deep x 10 inches high.
Scope: Fully Glued.
Part count: Appx 15,000 Lego elements.
Build time: Appx: 20 hours.
Engraved tiles supplied by: Tommy Armstrong/Brickengraver
A remarkable build, and truly a complex design as you say in the description. Would you mind adding a photo of the corner of the building where you have used the brown grille-tiles¿? (I live in Spain and can´t easily go to the Morris Museum... ;-) Anyway fantastic!