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Ta-da, I built a Lego house. I don’t build Lego houses often, usually just Lego cars. But now I built a house. I am revolutionizing Lego house construction by using plate-based construction instead of brick-based like most other Lego houses. The walls of my little house are made of large plates connected at the corners using 1x1 bricks with studs on all sides. This method is lighter, cheaper, quicker, more spacious, surprisingly durable, and much uglier than brick-based construction if left unadorned. Luckily, large Lego plates make fantastic canvases for decorations, so there are ways to cover up the ugliness of the plates. I used this structure as an excuse to use up a bunch of odd parts I bought in bulk a while back, and I think they lent my Lego house a bit of a futuristic look.

I’m still not sure how I’m going to use the 190 Lego carrots I bought, though...

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