frank lloyd wright's taliesin west recreated using standard LEGO parts frank lloyd wright's taliesin west recreated using standard LEGO parts
jan 13, 2015

frank lloyd wright's taliesin west recreated using standard LEGO parts

frank lloyd wright’s taliesin west recreated using standard LEGO parts
photo by andrew pielage

 

 

 

architectural artist adam reed tucker has unveiled an eight by four foot LEGO model of frank lloyd wright‘s taliesin west residence. the mini-structure, which is formed from more than 180,000 standard bricks, was completed with a group of 30 local schoolchildren who helped put the final pieces of the model in place. working in accordance with LEGO’s certified professional program, tucker spent 40 hours researching and studying the project, 120 hours designing the model itself and 260 hours constructing the final version of taliesin west. the project remains on display at the home’s pavilion in arizona until the end of april, 2015.

frank lloyd wright LEGO taliesin west model designboom
the model measures eight by four feet
photo by andrew pielage

frank lloyd wright LEGO taliesin west model designboom
the mini-structure is formed from more than 180,000 standard bricks
photo by andrew pielage

frank lloyd wright LEGO taliesin west model designboom
30 local schoolchildren helped put the final pieces of the model in place
photo by andrew pielage

frank lloyd wright LEGO taliesin west model designboom
tucker spent 260 hours completing the model
photo by andrew pielage

frank lloyd wright LEGO taliesin west model designboom
photo by andrew pielage

frank lloyd wright LEGO taliesin west model designboom
photo by andrew pielage

frank lloyd wright LEGO taliesin west model designboom
photo by andrew pielage

frank lloyd wright LEGO taliesin west model designboom
photo by andrew pielage

frank lloyd wright LEGO taliesin west model designboom
the project remains on display at the home’s pavilion in arizona until the end of april, 2015
photo by andrew pielage

  • We should think about having Adam Reed Tucker do a model of Downtown Summerlin. I have corresponded with him in the past. We graduated from the same Architecture school.

    Art Elliott says:

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