MASP - (Sao Paulo Museum of Art)
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I am graduate in Architecture but never got to work as an architect. Years later as a LEGO enthusiast, I was able to built this cool replica using Lego Design By Me. The kit took more than 1300 bricks get done.
My "personal" MASP collection features paintings based on Luis Sacilottos' creations instead of the ones actually exposed in the museum (see more info in the links below).
I also created a parallel between the real museum and the LEGO version, see pictures below. I sincerily hope you enjoy it!
Complete Flickr Photo Stream
MASP Wiki in English
Official MASP website in Brazilian Portuguese
Luis Sacilotto's official website in Brazilian Portuguese
The top cover is removable, so you can interact with the inside elements - Sacilotto's paintings collection, elevator (the elevator really works with a lever), the museum guide girl and stairs.
The wooden benches in exposition room were also replicated.
The freestanding below the museum is often used for cultural events and presentations.
Parallel of the external top view.