by Charley Cameron,
Whether it be christmas trees, greenhouses, or exotic animals, we have a voracious appetite for large-scale LEGO constructions. Dutch design firm LOOS.FM expanded on the life-size LEGO trend with Abondantus Giganticus, a 20 meter tall church-shaped temporary pavilion created for last year’s Grenswerk Festival in Enschede, The Netherlands. The structure was constructed from Legioblocks, which are completely reusable, stackable concrete construction blocks the size of pyramid stones which are typically put to use in industrial applications. As their name suggests, Legioblocks lock together in much the same way as their plastic counterpart, proving to be a versatile, efficent construction solution. In Abondantus Giganticus, LOOS.FM painted the blocks to reference the construction toy after which Legioblocks are named.
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