James May Toy Stories: Building a House out of Lego (Engineering) | Science Documentary | Science

James May continues his quest to show what is possible with old-fashioned toys by using them on a scale never seen before.

In one of his biggest challenges yet, James attempts to build a full-size house out of Lego.

With thousands of people and over three million Lego bricks, James attempts to do what no-one has ever managed, to build a two-storey house using this colourful toy.

Such an ambitious undertaking is not without its problems and James soon has issues with planning regulations, an interior designer who can’t get her Lego furniture to stay in one piece and a structural engineer who tries desperately to stop everything from coming crashing down.

James May is out to prove why traditional, old fashioned toys are still relevant today when he pushes them to the limit in spectacular, supersize challenges

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  1. Electrowave says:

    There are no Lego houses in the world because Lego builders won't use glue!

  2. Akehap Kap says:

    Thanks for this upload 🙂
    Remember I saw this on Discovery (I think) some years ago. As born in Denmark in the 1960ties with a load of siblings we NEVER had enough Lego 🙂 And we had a shitload 😂🇩🇰

  3. Christian Horner says:

    Stolen video

    But thanks anyway, it's a good one.

  4. Desgoaty Duang says:

    I thought he was joking in the new drivetribe upload that he once lived in a lego house. Little did I know.

  5. OutOfSight123 says:

    "It's a nice brown section.."
    "It looks like Winnie the Pooh's poo!!"

    WTF!?? 😂

  6. Adam Terry says:

    Loved this series wish they had made some more than 2 seasons 👍

  7. ken kennedy says:

    Consider the possibility that many hundreds of years form now, perhaps thousands, archeologists will look at that pink brick, study it and try to reason its purpose.

  8. Tameem Moaleji says:

    Why do I get a feeling that this was initiated/sponsored by Lego?

  9. i8dapuszy says:

    Retarded mf hasn’t heard of wood Apparently

  10. felreaverguy says:

    The voiceover sounds great but everything else sounds like it was recorded from inside a can

  11. Gary Ella says:


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