You can actually live inside this world-record holding Lego caravan
A life-sized caravan made from Legos and actually habitable. Yes, this Guinness World Record holding caravan made from 215,158 Lego pieces was recently unveiled at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, UK. As unbelievable as it might sound, the Lego caravan designed by 12 professional Lego builders over a period of 12 weeks took almost 1,000 man hours to complete. After all the hard work, the world can rejoice this 2.2 meter tall by 3.6 meter long caravan that is currently on display at the Motorhome and Caravan Show 2015.
The camper is based on a real teardrop-styled caravan and it is even more astounding that it has fully-functional amenities inside. There is a running water tap with sink, electric fittings, bed, seating area, chess set and even toothbrushes. To complete the look the caravan has a simulated fridge and cooking facility too. All-in-all the camper is everything you would want in a leisure caravanning vehicle.
This creation becomes even more fascinating since it is the 130th year of leisure caravanning. Apparently, the Lego caravan will also be on show at the Lego fan event BRICK 2015.
According to James Bissett, marketing campaign director for attempt organisers NCC Events and planner of the Motorhome & Caravan Show;
We wanted to create something truly unique to celebrate 130 years of leisure caravanning and we are absolutely delighted with our record-breaking model.