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World Trade Center, New York . Model completed in 2012 . This model is approximately 1/650th scale, similar to my other skyscrapers. Builder's Addendum; April 2012:Ten years of waiting. Five years of study and planning. One year of building. More than 20,000 LEGO elements. To those that lost their lives on that terrible day and to those that have dedicated theirs to rebuild it Brickshelf Gallery 18 Photos on Brickshelf.com An overview of the model, which includes all five new World Trade Center buildings, the September 11th National Memorial, and the World Trade Center Transportation Hub. There are more than 20,000 pieces in the model and it weighs over 32lbs. The view along Church St. L-R, 150 Greenwich (4 WTC), 175 Greenwich (3WTC), the transportation hub oculus, and 200 Greenwich (2WTC). A view looking toward the southeast, reveals the diminutive 7 WTC tower. Size is a relative term here, 7 WTC is 741ft tall. The oculus of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub. This soaring structure was designed by the famed architect Santiago Calatrava. The use of flex tubes allowed a lot design freedom in recreating it in LEGO. Unfortunately due to the same flexibility, they are difficult to keep aligned and pointing straight! The National September 11th Memorial and Museum. Two pools of cascading water mark the location of the former twin towers. The Greenwich St sides of 3 (left) and 4 World Trade Center (right). The upper portion of 4 WTC angles toward the memorial as a measure of respect. 3 WTC features a structural truss facade. The modeling is accomplished using flex tubes, rail plates, and 1x1 bricks with handle. Retail shopping along Church St. Do I see a LEGO store in there? The Fulton Street entrance to One World Trade Center. Visible in the lobby is a slotted architectural wall that doubles as a blast protection barrier.


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