Apple Park gets bricked in amazing Lego replica

As an architecture to watch, Apple Park's "Spaceship" cus has received the ultimate verificati as a Lego model.

Even symbolic rings, circular Steve Jobs Theater, fitness center, and even the life of plants were faithfully reproduced a scale of about 1/650 by Spencer R's brick master.

A picture of a new Apple headquarters built with LEGO bricks has recently been introduced to LEGO's fan site Brthers Brick and can also be seen Spencer R's Flickr page.

The new HQ, invented by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, opened in 2017 after four years of cstructi. The cost of a state-of-the-art circular building was about $ 5 billi.

Mack cult Through periodic feature videos taken by the dre pilot, we carried out all the steps of the building process for full size kudz.

Lego's Apple Park hits bricks

These videos together with the still picture revealed details the cstructi of Apple Park. Using all that informati, Spencer R put together a sort of blueprint for his latest Lego masterpiece.

According to his Flickr page, Spencer R built a model in June 2016 and was completed this mth.

Spencer R estimates that it used 85,000 (including 1,647 trees) for a model weighing 77.5 pounds.

Detailed Lego Replica of Apple's Spaceship

<img class = "size – full wp – image – 578699" title = "LEGO" src = "" alt = "LEGO Apple Park” width=”1000″ height=”771″/>With trees ale, Spencer R planted 1,647 trees his Lego Apple Parks.
Flickr Screenshot: Fabrizio Cstantini / Spencer R

Spencer R kept silent. The fitness center has basketball and tennis courts. There are also barren spots that leaves are not yet blossoming.

"I always wanted to build a level skyscraper," he says Flickr's page. "These are sometimes called ground shaper.

"In 2014 I found a picture of a huge round drilling drill bitrelated in the California soil and when I discovered that this is the beginning of a new low rise Apple's spaceship, it is interesting I found that I found a suitable candidate. "

Spencer R's Flickr page also has a LEGO replica of a famous skyscraper built over the past fifteen years.

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