It Took 10,000 LEGO Bricks To Build The Millennium Falcon's Interior

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Singapore-based LEGO builders Titans Creations made a 10,000-brick model of the Millennium Falcon. The focus here is on its interior.

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It’s a massive 3’7”-by-3’3” set with 24 lights built into the hyperdrive, the cockpit, and the corridors. All of this took two months to complete, and the result is much bigger and detailed than the official UCS Millennium Falcon.

Here are some close-ups and a larger version of the whole build below so you can zoom in. Check out Titans Creations’ Flickr or Facebook page for more pics and for a video of the creation.

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Illustration for article titled It Took 10,000 LEGO Bricks To Build The Millennium Falcons Interior
Illustration for article titled It Took 10,000 LEGO Bricks To Build The Millennium Falcons Interior
Illustration for article titled It Took 10,000 LEGO Bricks To Build The Millennium Falcons Interior
Illustration for article titled It Took 10,000 LEGO Bricks To Build The Millennium Falcons Interior
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Illustration for article titled It Took 10,000 LEGO Bricks To Build The Millennium Falcons Interior

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DISCUSSION

It’s a massive 3’7”-by-3’3” set

I know this is american site and all that, and do I have a rough idea how big we’re talking about here. But could it be possible in future to get the sizes in SI units as well?

I don’t mean to flame anyone, or anything like that. Just an honest wish from non-imperialist person.