Lego Bricks for Architects
Did you know that Lego use to make special bricks exclusively for Architects?!
Lego Modulex bricks were made from 1963 and were 5/8 the size of a standard brick. The bricks also had different height/width ratio, with the standard brick having a 5:6 width to height ratio.
The bricks also included tiles, which were 1/3 of the height of a brick and smooth with no studs. The Modulex elements included roofing connector pieces, special slopes, windows and doors.
The bricks were created when Godtfred Kirk Christiansen was attempting to create a model for the house he was building out of LEGO bricks and were discontinued in the 1970’s.
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