Block by Block: Inventing Amazing Architecture
LEGO models of some of the most noteworthy landmarks on earth.
Closes September 1, 2014
LEGO® technology has been used by scientists to create more efficient solar panels and reduce cell phone waste. Kids have been using bricks to build imaginative creations since LEGO® was invented in 1949. See these famous bricks all grown up in an exhibit that features model skyscrapers of some of the most noteworthy landmarks on earth built by former LEGO® certified professional artist Dan Parker and his Seattle-based TrainBuilder Productions, LLC.
View epic edifices that represent more than a hundred years of architectural innovation and nearly 200,000 LEGO® bricks. Stand next to American giants like the Chrysler Building and Hearst Tower, ‘60s visions of the future like the Space Needle, and international wonders like Dubai's Burj Khalifa—the tallest manmade structure in the world. Create a masterpiece of your own at a collaborative building area featuring LEGO® bricks within the gallery then build your own community by placing it in EMP’s Mini Megalopolis. Suitable for all ages.