Take a look around the world’s first full-size Lego homes! The first property, a portable caravan, was made by 12 Lego makers using 215,158 small bricks, replicating everything a caravan has to offer. The caravan featured electric lights, seats that fold to make a bed and running water. The creators even made Lego food on the kitchen top! The project took a total of 12 weeks totaling 1,000 man hours. The caravan can now be viewed at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire.
Back in 2009, ex-Top Gear Presenter, James May also built a house entirely of Lego bricks. This used a total of 3.3 million bricks and included a very uncomfortable bed, a hot shower and toilet. The 20ft house was built by 1,000 volunteers for his BBC show “Toy Stories” and then put up for sale. The house wasn’t sold and has since been knocked down.