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James May's Lego House Meets a Destructive End (Update)

 - Dec 22, 2009
References: dailymail & gizmodo
James May decided the world needed a Lego house. The world decided that there wasn’t any room for this architectural wonder. The wine vineyard that the house sat on needed the land back to harvest their grapes so May had to become an instant real estate agent.

May failed in his attempt to find a new home for the Lego house and it was subsequently destroyed. LegoLand wouldn’t take it because May didn’t ask them for help when he built it and there was nobody else interested in a two story Lego house.

The Lego house deserved an end devoid of rubber hammers. It was incredibly creative and inspiring, but in the end the world just wasn’t ready for it.