Right on cue, the LEGO Christmas Tree ushers in the season with a creatively impressive Christmas tree creation. Although it might be a premature statement, this particular holiday tree will blow all other attempts out of the water.
Located on the ground floor of St Pancras International station, the LEGO Christmas Tree took two whole months to build. Considering that the builders used over 600,000 bricks, that comes as no surprise. Soaring 12.2 meters high, the LEGO Christmas Tree boasts 172 branches and over 1,000 Lego baubles. More breathtaking than any mammoth tree New York City has ever put up at the Rockefeller Center, this tree will surely entice Londoners and visitors alike to check it out.
According to LEGO, the LEGO Christmas Tree is the tallest tree made using the toy building bricks.
The LEGO Christmas Tree Uses Over 600,000 LEGO Pieces
1. Interactive Art Installations - More art installations and public displays will incorporate interactive and immersive components.
2. Lego-based Structures - More large-scale structures and buildings will be designed and built using LEGO bricks.
3. Sustainable Designs - More structures and installations will be created using sustainable materials and methods, with a focus on reducing waste.
1. Art and Design - The art and design industry will see an increase in demand for interactive installations that engage audiences in a unique way.
2. Construction and Architecture - LEGO bricks offer a new building material option that could disrupt the construction and architecture industries.
3. Sustainability - The sustainable materials industry will see growth and innovation as more industries look towards environmentally conscious solutions.