architecture – Chris Pirillo http://chris.pirillo.com Geek Culture & Tech Expert: How Can I Help You Today? Mon, 11 Sep 2017 01:05:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.1 https://i1.wp.com/chris.pirillo.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/cropped-37b9d6c24a61d1dd94c262aae9077715.png?fit=32%2C32 architecture – Chris Pirillo http://chris.pirillo.com 32 32 Geek Culture & Tech Expert: How Can I Help You Today? architecture – Chris Pirillo Geek Culture & Tech Expert: How Can I Help You Today? architecture – Chris Pirillo http://chris.pirillo.com/wp-content/plugins/powerpress/rss_default.jpg http://chris.pirillo.com 32776375 LEGO Space Needle Review http://chris.pirillo.com/2010/09/21/lego-space-needle-review/ Wed, 22 Sep 2010 04:56:38 +0000 http://chris.pirillo.com/?p=22268 Continue reading LEGO Space Needle Review ]]>
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At 400 Broad Street in Seattle stands the Space Needle. It’s an observation tower built in 1961 for the World’s Fair. I was able to build my LEGO version much faster than the real one was created. This kit is part of the LEGO Architecture Series. This isn’t just some toy… it’s a piece of art. I can shelve it in my home and let people talk about it when they see it. It’s truly well-made and looks great.

The LEGO Architecture Seattle Space Needle is an inexpensive and simple way to own a piece of Seattle history. The finished product measures a little over 8.7″ tall and 3.1″ wide, so it will fit easily onto a table or shelf. It comes with a book detailing the history and design of the original building, and is only around twenty dollars.

I admit to being a LEGO addict. What things have you built lately?

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Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS Feed At 400 Broad Street in Seattle stands the Space Needle. It’s an observation tower built in 1961 for the World’s Fair. I was able to build my LEGO version much faster than the real one was create... Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS Feed At 400 Broad Street in Seattle stands the Space Needle. It’s an observation tower built in 1961 for the World’s Fair. I was able to build my LEGO version much faster than the real one was created. This kit is part … Continue reading LEGO Space Needle Review → architecture – Chris Pirillo 22268