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2010-04-20 06:06:25
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2010-04-20 06:06:12
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2010-04-20 05:48:04
I am relying on James May's personal statement that 1000 people were involved in order to assemble the house. I am sure that he didn't intend to imply that this was all at one time. The house took over a year to assemble and probably no more than 40 were working together at any one time. Photos of the house during construction at various stages showed a relatively small number working.
2010-04-20 02:55:25
Like, inside the house, all the furniture and accessories like blankets, pillows, slippers and even a cat might have been done by different people in the comfort of their own homes and then placds into the Lego house.
2010-04-20 02:46:46
I also thought about shifts Poppy...probably the whole process of buiding it involved that many workers. (I wonder how long it took to have it done).
2010-04-20 02:09:00
...there be room for 1000 people to be working at the same time? - I assure you I am not drunk, heh. I don't know what happened here.
2010-04-20 02:06:02
They must have worked in shifts because how could
2010-04-20 02:01:39
1000 workers :-o
2010-04-19 17:57:27
The wine estate required the land for expansion soon after the house was completed. The house was available to be moved by anybody willing to take it, but this proved to be too expensive. Lego provided the bricks to build the house, but was unable to afford the cost of moving it to a permanent place on one of their theme parks. It took over 1000 workers to assemble the bricks and build the house. The house actually had working toilet and shower.