Building Sustainability in Brick Town

I recently created this small LEGO display for the City of Vancouver, to showcase dozens of aspects of green and sustainable development that the city is pursuing. Some examples include permeable paving, bioswales, and rooftop solar.

I designed and built the display in about 80 hours, over a two-month period in the fall. Credit for building the ‘Repair Cafe’ goes to Andrew Delbaere. Also, many thanks to Amanda and team from the Sustainability Group at CoV for their work on the concept and research.

The display is made of approximately 12,500 pieces, 100 custom stickers, and 30 LEGO minifigures.

The display is travelling with the Sustainability Group. If you see them at an event, the LEGO might be there too.

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