Full Sized, Real Life LEGO Church

Tired of plain, gray concrete architecture, Dutch design firm LOOS.FM took inspiration from our favorite toy blocks to create the Abondantus Gigantus, a 65-foot tall church-shaped public pavilion for the 2011 Grenswerk Festival in Enschede, The Netherlands.

Those aren't actual supersize Legos that make up the structure; they're called Legioblocks, concrete blocks similar in form to the toys. LOOS.FM painted the drab concrete in the five primary colors seen in popular Lego sets and were used randomly throughout the building process. We have more views of the Lego "church" in the gallery.

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