New Zealand lego projects

Behind the Build: LEGO® Britten Bike

Created on March 25, 2020 2:39 pm

Building a life-sized Britten LEGO® brick V-1000 motorcycle was a real challenge. Like the other two life-sized motorcycles we have built, we started with the wheels, working around a central vertical channel to allow for a metal support to keep the model vertical and safe for transport. The front wheel was built separately first, including […]

Behind the Build: LEGO® Britten Bike

New Zealand’s first LEGO® Certified Store!

Created on November 1, 2019 9:00 am

For NZ’s first LEGO® Certified Store in Newmarket, Auckland we built an enormous upside-down bungy jumper LEGO® minifig! This giant minifig took us 119.5 hours and 39,722 LEGO® bricks to build! It’s the only one we built upside down from head to feet. The water was a challenge to build as not only did it […]

New Zealand’s first LEGO® Certified Store!

Wonders of the World hits New Zealand

Created on February 26, 2018 8:59 am

After a massive tour around Australia we’ve brought our second touring LEGO exhibition, Wonders of the World, across the Tasman to New Zealand! We had a huge run at the amazing Museum of New Zealand Te Papa in Wellington where 100,000 people saw the show and now we’re heading north to Hamilton, then Auckland. We’re […]

Wonders of the World hits New Zealand

Throwback Thursday LEGO® Brick Auckland Skytower

Created on October 19, 2017 12:44 pm

Here’s a Throwback Thursday especially for a Kiwi friends! Back in 2013 Ryan was given his first commission for Auckland’s Toyco toy store- and given floorspace was at a premium he decided to build a vertical model, and what better than Auckland’s tallest building the Skytower? As with many of our builds it all started […]

Throwback Thursday LEGO® Brick Auckland Skytower

Auckland Skytower

Created on December 12, 2013 10:18 pm

I’ve recently been over in New Zealand at the coolest Toy store in Auckland – Toyco

Installing a giant LEGO Skytower, It is so tall I had to leave a bit off the top spire as it wouldn’t fit.

I had a great day installing it with my assistant for the day Jonathan who won the “Be my assistant for the day: competition.

Auckland Skytower
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