LEGO Apple Park

Oct 5, 2018

Category: Gear

Way back in 2006, Steve Jobs had announced that electronics giant, Apple, had purchased land to open up a new company campus. It wasn’t until 2017, however, that the expansive Apple Park was finally opened to employees. In fact, construction still isn’t completely finished today. But that didn’t stop master LEGO builder, Spencer Rezkalla, from building a gorgeous 1/650 scale replica of the grounds.

Seemingly equally herculean in its construction (at least for a single person), the LEGO Apple Park took a whopping two years for Rezkalla to complete. Still, he managed to reproduce it in stunning detail, from the ‘spaceship’ centerpiece to every building on the surrounding land, even down to the on-campus basketball and tennis courts. All told, the model measures 19 square feet and weighs 75 pounds. This one-of-a-kind model isn’t for sale, but we could certainly see it make its way up the ranks on the LEGO Ideas forums in the future.

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