We love Lego, who doesn’t, and we sometimes use it to describe structural problems in houses. Everyone in ever built a house in Lego, big, small, great or rubbish has actually experienced structural failures, collapses, subsidence and has designed solutions around them. Somehow though when it goes beyond a 2x4stud brick and becomes real bricks and timber all that understanding goes.
Just for fun here is a great little model of Sydney Opera House in Lego from their architectural range. If that’s not challenging enough how about a 6,000 piece, very advanced £1,400.00 [yes really!!] model of the Taj Mahal?