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What is it?
My set represents Chand Baori, one of the largest and deepest stepwells in India.
Why this building?
I think this is a very inspiring structure. It consists of 3,500 narrow steps over 13 stories. Those steps are very unique, and I think they can be used in many variations as an element of some totally different buildings or structures. Chand Baori was also my inspiration as builder, so I decided to take a challenge and finally build it in LEGO World. I build it in LEGO microscale.
Why do you believe this would make a great LEGO set?
I believe this would be a great LEGO set because of this structure’s originality, and I think this stepwell could look awesome as a LEGO Architecture set.
How did you make it?
I used Bricklink's Studio to build it. It is a unique structure because it is a well, so we have to dig, not to build as usual. The underground part of my set has two layers: one shows the interior with the steps and rooms, and the other one shows outside as a clipping of the ground.
LEGO parts count: 2992.