Functioning Lego Greenhouse

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Functioning Lego Greenhouse

Our own Rachel Hobson says:

This fantastic greenhouse made entirely of Lego bricks was just unveiled at the 2011 London Design Festival. Designed by Sebastian Bergne, it is made up of around 100,000 Lego bricks.

All parts of the greenhouse are made from Lego elements, including, reportedly, the “earth,” which would seem to imply that the very real vegetables growing inside are sustained hydroponically. [via CRAFT]

2 thoughts on “Functioning Lego Greenhouse

  1. Martyn Stanley says:

    Wow… That’s mad… Utterly mad… I ordered my Lego Design by Me Spaceship recently – it cost nearly £100… But given the size of thing it would cost thousands and thousands… And I don’t know if Lego Design by Me Custom Instruction manuals could cope with the sheer size of it…

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