Monday, April 2, 2012

What I've Been Up To

Central Park West Facade
Courtesy 15 Central Park West by Jonathan Grzywacz
New York, New York - (BTT) If you noticed a bit of a lull in posting the past month, I am proud to finally share with you the major factor behind it - I was hard at work on the above model of Robert A.M. Stern Architect's 15 Central Park West, which is now on display in Washington, DC as part of the National Building Museum's exhibit LEGO Architecture: Towering Ambition. It was a true challenge to get it done (only 6 weeks when I tend to take 6 months on a modular), but I am very happy with the end result. It stays on display until Sept 3, 2012, so should you find yourself in the nation's capital (well, the United State's anyway), I urge you to make the trip - it's a great museum with many other interesting exhibits to take in.

Many more stats are in the description on my flickr page.


  1. This is amazing. Great job on this!

  2. wow - impressive!

  3. Simply breathtaking! I'm amazed you completed this is such a short time! Congrats!

    1. You and me both! I am used to building with tight budgets but infinite time frames, so to reverse the two was a new experience (ok, I didn't have an infinite budget, but it didn't factor into the build).

  4. I agree with Chris, amazing job. This is SO worth the lull in posting!


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