The following amazing replicas of modern homes are not Lego® kits but the creations of various Lego® builders – artists, really. Very impressive in their detail, I wanted to show you the images compared with the original homes. Each of the originals (and the Lego® recreations) were designed and built by different individuals.
First off, the Charles and Ray Eames Case Study House #8, situated in the Pacific Palisades in Southern California built from 1945 to 1949:
above photo by Julius Shulman
Now, Lego replicas of famous homes:
The Eames Case Study House #8 as recreated in Legos® by Stacy Sterling:
See more of Stacy Sterling’s amazing Lego® creations here.
The Villa Savoye was designed by by Le Corbusier, is located in Poissy, France, and was constructed from 1928 to 1929.
above photos courtesy of greatbuildings.com
Now, in Legos:
From Brick Architect Matija Grguric, comes this great Lego® version:
interior and details:
see more of Matija Grguric’s Lego® creations here.
Contemporary architect Michelle Kaufmann who specializes in pre-configured, pre fab and custom home designs created the mkSolaire®. “The Greenest Home in Chicago” was on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago as part of the exhibit “The Smart Home: Green + Wired”.
see more and learn more about the mkSolaire® here.
Now, in Legos:
The Lego replica of Michelle Kaufmann’s “Green” Solaire home was designed for the Smart Home: Green and Wired exhibit. This tiny replica is surprisingly true to the original, with it’s cement board and Ipe wood siding, glass doored garage, and even green roof.
The Lego Solaire: