Loft Covered in 20,000 Lego Bricks = One lucky kid

mhyser July 25, 2012 2

Amazing Manhattan Staircase and Loft Covered in 20,000 Lego Bricks



Loft Covered in 20000 Lego Bricks





Sean Kenney is a full-time “professional kid” who gets to play with LEGO®  bricks everyday. He builds anything that he or others can imagine and gets paid to do it. How awesome is that? Following is one of Sean’s larger projects when a Manhattan family came to him during the renovation of their loft. It turns out that their son is a LEGO® maniac much like Sean and they wanted to create a one of a kind loft bedroom for him. The project took over two weeks to complete and used over 20,000 LEGO® bricks. The staircase was 10 feet long, 9.5 feet tall, and 6 feet wide!



Sean Kenney's Lego Loft



This project even includes a personal touch because the homeowners showed their son halfway through the project and he placed one special piece into the structure that only they know how to spot (well at least until they told us). Talk about creating memories. This is one lucky kid and one talented artist. Nice work Sean!



Clark Family Personal Lego in Loft





Lego Stairs in progress





amazing lego staircase





Lego Loft by Sean Kenney





Close Up of LEGO Loft wall





Kids lego loft





Finished Lego Loft by Sean Kenney





Lego loft by sean kenney



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  1. Tom Henrich July 25, 2012 at 6:44 pm - Reply

    This is awesome, and I hate to nitpick, but it’s funny that the author made sure to put a ® after every use of the word LEGO but neglected to include a noun. You can’t build with LEGO, you build with LEGO bricks or pieces.

    Sorry – just a pet peeve of mine. Carry on!

    • mhyser July 25, 2012 at 10:43 pm - Reply

      Tom – thanks for the comment – I had used the term LEGOs originally and was notified that you can not add an s to LEGO. So I made the modifications and totally missed the noun. I have updated my update and hope to continue to provide fun and entertaining posts.

      Thanks again for the feedback.

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