Top 5 – Libraries

Libraries are great places for people of all walks of life increase their knowledge. Within recent decades libraries have evolved into social centers with collaboration and technology becoming a point of focus. Millions of people worldwide intertwine these social centers as part of their daily routine and lifestyle.

This Top 5 takes a look at some of the best LEGO libraries around.

5) Ruskin Library

April, 2012

Jens Ohrndorf designed this library using only 129 pieces!

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 4) Polk Library

April, 2016

Paul Wellington designed this library for his former employer, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. The model has approximately 4800 pieces.

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 3) Detroit Main Library

July, 2007

Due to the large size at Minifig scale, Jim Garrett only designed the front portion of the building. Even so the facade is very impressive.

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2) Charlevoix Public Library

January, 2013

Paul Vermeesch‘s model was commissioned for the Charlevoix Public Library. The library over contains 5000 pieces and was completed in only a month and a half.

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1) Stockholm Public Library

March, 2015

Linus‘ model took six months to complete. While the exterior is wonderful, the detail of the interior is incredibly beautiful.

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