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I-Beam Design Playfully Renovates a New York City Apartment Using 20,000 Legos
Posted By Mark Boyer On February 18, 2012 @ 12:27 pm In New York City | No Comments
Looking for some inspiration to renovation their 1,500-square-foot New York City apartment for them and their 10-year-old son, Melissa Marks and Vicente Caride, called in I-Beam Design  for help, and with the help of LEGO master Sean Kenney  they came up with this radical, pixelated design scheme. Together, they built a new stair railing and wall out of 20,000 LEGO  bricks, which took Kenney and his team about two weeks to complete. Click through to see the complete slideshow!
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