London Eye & County Hall

The most recent addition to Rocco Buttliere’s London layout is the iconic London Eye and the understated County Hall.


The layout joins the previously existing Palace of Westminster and Westminster Abbey models, consisting of more than 50,000 pieces and making the entire layout representative of more than 3.5 million square feet of Central London.


The London Eye is realistically structured and suspended, with the the rim consisting of thirty-two structural bays made up of numerous robot arms for crossbars and minifigure hands and flex tube for the diagonal braces.


Overall, the sprawling layout spans both sides of the Thames and includes the entire Westminster World Heritage Site to the west and the South Bank to the east, from County Hall to Jubilee Gardens.


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