Here’s a LEGO replica of Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino
Automotive engineer Spencer Rezkalla has built an extremely impressive replica of Apple Park completely out of Legos
In the past couple of months, we’ve seen some pretty cool things made out of Legos – including a fully functional Bugatti Chiron that was nearly made entirely out of the small toys. While it might not be as cool as a supercar, automotive engineer Spencer Rezkalla has taken it upon himself to develop an exact replica of Apple’s campus in Cupertino, California completely out of Legos.
The model is 1/650 the size of Apple Park and was pulled together from images taken from a drone. It took Rezkalla two years to complete and his attention to detail is extremely impressive. The 1.76 square meter model weighs 35 kilograms and features a variety of greenery, buildings and even has a miniature version of the Steve Jobs Theater.
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