LEGO – 2012 London Olympics Aquatic Center | By Bricks for Brains

By - August 2nd, 2012

If you tune into primetime coverage of the 2012 Olympic Games, you’re most likely going to see London’s new Aquatic Center from many angles as athletes from all around the globe compete for the top spot on the podium. But, you probably never thought you’d see the facility reconstructed in LEGO form. Using thousands of LEGO bricks, Gary Davis (aka Bricks for Brains) chose to celebrate the start of the 2012 London Olympic Games by creating the LEGO Aquatic Center, packed with creative details and minifigs reenacting gold medal performances. Designed to be a cross-section of the pool, Davis showcases synchronized swimmers, London’s unique flowing diving platforms, a medal ceremony staring British athletes, and even a look into what is going on behind the scenes. If you can’t make it to the Westfield Stratford LEGO Store in London where the model is on display close to its bigger brother, click after the jump to see additional angles. via: Brothers Brick

LEGO Store - Westfield Stratford
66 Lower Ground Floor | Map
E20 1EH London, England