Lego. Apple. Combined. What some-more do you want?
If you suspicion your Lego building a total skills were formidable, check out what H.K. Leung has built: a Lego reproduction of a Fifth Avenue Apple Store, finish with see-through turn staircase as well as potion brick upon top. It’s incredible.
Cult of Mac asked H.K.: How did you do it?
“The thought of this plan began integrate of years ago, when i initial began a building a total of a potion extraneous brick regulating a SNOT (Stud-Not-On-top) technique for a well-spoken aspect upon all sides.
“It got stalled for dual years since you couldn’t have a turn staircase to my own satisfaction. The pure pieces you indispensable weren’t in production.”
“The plan reignited only prior to Yuletide 2011, when you came up with a latest proceed to a staircase design. It was 80% finish in dual weeks, though you outlayed a subsequent 4 months adding details. you combined LED lights underneath a extraneous potion wall, built-in roof lights (3 sets of DIODER by IKEA), again regulating SNOT – it looks amazing.
“I worked upon opposite product displays, a Genius Bar, Apple Store trademark (build wholly with Lego – NOT a sticker), as well as an form of customized minifigs – baby in stroller, woman in wheelchair, as well as a integrate upon a Segway (about 50 minifigs in all).”
Yup. Looks extraordinary all right.
The finish formula obviously uncover a time H.K. has clinging to a project.
It’s additionally not a initial time we’ve featured H.K.’s work upon a pages of Cult of Mac – unchanging readers competence recollect his extraordinary Lego Leica M9 which Charlie posted about a whilst ago.