Could the demolition of James May’s Lego house be the easiest demolition job ever?
Back in August, BBC Top Gear presenter and toy fanatic James May and a group of willing volunteers built a house entirely from Lego which May then lived in.
However, the two-storey building – complete with staircase, toilet and shower – was designed purely as a temporary structure. And unless an alternative home can be found for the structure, it is due to be demolished on 22 September in what could prove to be the easiest, and most colourful demolition job in recent memory.
There’s no news as yet on who has landed the contract to demolish the building. But we sincerely hope they see through the toy theme and handle all the on-site haulage using Tonka trucks.