Here at Today’s iPhone, it is pretty safe to say that we love all things Apple. While it can take quite a bit to impress some of us, I think we can all be in agreement that this latest project is pretty darn cool. At the ILUGNY BrickFair this year (a big convention for adult LEGO fans in the New York area), one of the coolest projects shown off was a modular Apple Store built entirely out of LEGO pieces.
This particular store, built by Jon Lazar looks pretty good, using a clear front facade to mimick Apple Stores’ use of glass on the front of the buildings, and even has tables inside similar to where you’d find iPads and iPhones in a real Apple Store. The store even has two stories, and a glass staircase up to the second floor of the building.
For the inspiration behind each step of the process of laying out the store, and for more pictures, be sure to head on over to Jon’s website (available at the source link below). What do you think of this LEGO Apple Store? Are you as impressed with it as I am? What would you do differently with the look of the building? Sound off in the comments section below and let us know what you think of this design.
Source: Jon Lazar