Banister of Bricks

Continuing with the Lego theme (see past posts In honor of President’s Day…, Lego Minimalism, Go With The Flow, recent photos of this ridiculous (in a good way) Lego banister in a Manhattan apartment caught our eye. So many questions remain, such as sturdiness and how long it took to build. Still, we are taken with the playfulness. And can’t stop drooling over the space in general. Um, sliding walls? Where do we sign up for a tour?



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