It’s a... niche award, but we’d all love win it. The Guinness World Record holder for the largest caravan built with interlocking Lego pieces (told you) has been announced, and the prize has gone to a team of 12 Lego-certified professional builders from the UK's National Caravan Council. Their creation is impressive.
It’s a full-sized caravan made of 215,150 individual bricks, complete with a Lego sink, Lego utensils and a Lego fridge. Unfortunately, the fridge and sink are just for show, but they’ll still keep your stash of Lego fruit and veg nice and fresh. The design itself is based on a real teardrop caravan, coming in at 2.2m tall and 3.6m long. The entire project is said to have taken over 1,000 man hours.
"We're always thrilled to see the creativity, dedication and commitment of the people who aim high and look to achieve something spectacular,” said Guinness World Records editor-in-chief Craig Glenday. “The level of detail in the caravan is phenomenal." It puts this 10,000-brick Lego Technic Star Wars 'Sandcrawler' to shame. [Guinness World Records]