Thursday, June 29, 2017

Building Lego Assembly Square

This kit, at 4,002 pieces, is the largest I've ever tackled.  I wasn't sure if I would enjoy following the very explicit directions, but I found it relaxing and a way to get out of my head.

Some people color.  Some people do jigsaw puzzles.  It appears that I will be doing Lego buildings.

The first hint that this was not as simple as the Beach Hut was the instruction guide - a full 1/2" thick.

There were 6 phases of building.  It took me 13.5 hours to complete.  And I enjoyed almost every minute of it.  (I admit the scallops along the edges were kind of tedious.)

Because these kits are made to be played with like dollhouses, a lot of detail goes into the interiors.

Overall, it was a very enjoyable experience.  Pictures below.

One of my favorite features was the "leaded" glass bakery window. But it was a little tricky to install. 

The detailed interior included an amazingly detailed dentist chair with spit sink and lamp:


A piano in the dance studio that was made from over 25 pieces:


And a roof hatch for the stairway:


That's not to overlook the tripod camera in the photography studio, the bathroom and folding fouton in the apartment, the drum set in the music store.

The completed front:
Pie lady in the front is from Series 17.  She just fit here.

















The attention to detail continues to the back which is just as complete as the front, with a rear staircase and a rooftop cafe.
 

Level One:


Level Two:


Level Three:

1 comment :

  1. I must appreciate the talent of the lady who made the entire play house from lego. It would be fun to play with that lego house having so many cute stuffs inside.

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