Children rebuild UK landmarks

The UK skyline has been given a makeover by children armed with LEGO

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  • Meet Britain's future architects…

    LEGO asked children how they'd re-interpret some of the country’s most well-known and iconic structures if they had the chance. The children used LEGO to create their architectural visions, and have come up with some innovative and boundary-pushing ideas…

  • The Gherkin to Guitar

    The already modern-looking Gherkin - home to lawyers, insurers and bankers - was given a rock n roll makeover by children.

  • Big Ben to Big Robot

    The traditional was ousted in favour of the techy and futuristic, with a robotic take on Big Ben.

  • Scottish Parliament to Loch Ness Building

    The building that houses the Scottish Parliament is already controversial, but children thought something that could double as a tourist attraction would be more fun.

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  • Blackpool Tower to Bucket and Spade Tower

    Nothing says ‘seaside’ better than Blackpool, and kids felt it was important that the site of Blackpool Tower celebrated the British seaside.

  • Angel of the North to Monster on the Mount

    Children re-invented the angelic protector of the North as a monster capable of scaring predators away.


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