‘Brick City’ Competition Winner Revealed At Treasure House In Beverley

'Brick City' Competition Winner Revealed At Treasure House In Beverley
‘Brick City’ Competition Winner Revealed At In Beverley

Beverley Art Gallery’s Brick City LEGO exhibition ran alongside the Treasure House’s Minifig-a-gram competition in the summer.

The ‘Brick City’ Exhibition was created once again by Warren Elsmore. It was on display in Beverley Art Gallery for a number of weeks during the summer.
 
The exhibition was a celebration of iconic buildings from cities around the world, carefully recreated in LEGO® bricks.

Visitors had their chance to take their ultimate world tour and discover highlights of cities across five continents, taking in lively celebrations in Rio through to New York, Copenhagen, Romantic Venice, Japan and extravagant Las Vegas.

The exhibition also gave visitors the chance to enjoy discovering new urban highlights, as well as some more recognisable iconic structures.

Visitors were able to spot surprising common ground between buildings created thousands of years apart, such as the Roman Colosseum and the 2012 London Olympic Park, and take in the awe-inspiring centrepiece, London St Pancras station, measuring two metres by four metres and built from over 180,000 standard bricks.

A huge success, over 1200 entries were received for the competition. -based Brickbox’s Chris McKnight randomly selected the winner from hundreds of qualifying entries.

Emma from Cottingham, pictured here with her mother, is the winner of the Treasure House contest. Having won three CITY LEGO sets, Emma is looking forward to building them.

The Treasure House team congratulates Emma!

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