Talented Italian LEGO builder Luca Di Lazzaro dies far too young [News]

The Brothers Brick is a website dedicated to sharing amazing LEGO builds, news, and reviews. We generally write about things that make us happy. But it is with deep sadness that we must share the passing of an incredibly talented builder, Luca Di Lazzaro. The Italian native was a Deputy Commander for the Carabinieri station in Remanzacco, and an avid bicyclist. Unfortunately, it was a bicycling accident that ended his life at the young age of only 45.


We know Luca (pictured center) because of his presence in the Adult Fan of LEGO community. We have written many articles about his charming and wonderful creations, but we’d like to honor his memory by re-sharing a few of our favorites. You can click the links below to read those articles.

Cycling the Paris-Roubaix

Paris - Roubaix (sur le pave', la legende)

Mamma mia! Che bella città!

Finally here my little angle of Paradise..
Cast a coin into The Well of Desires

Here part two of my little angle of Paradise.. "The well of desires". I hope you like it

Udine, Italy’s Piazza San Giacomo in LEGO

Lego San Giacomo Square

If you don’t speak Italian, you can still read outside articles about Luca by pasting web addresses into Google Translate. If you’d just like to see more fantastic pictures of his work, check out his Facebook, Instagram, and Flickr. Our sincere condolences to his family and friends. In the LEGO community he will be sorely missed.

3 comments on “Talented Italian LEGO builder Luca Di Lazzaro dies far too young [News]

  1. Greg Dlx

    This is really sad news. I was following the progress of Luca’s town with great attention. He was indeed a very talented builder who could master the color palettes incredibly well.

    Very good homage from TBB.

  2. Eyal Shaul

    Thank you TBB for sharing these sad news.
    I was following Luca for about a year now, since TBB’s article about “a Little Corner of Italy” creation. I fell in love with this wonderful build.

    As I was looking at the last picture on Luca’s Flickr account, the next phase of “a Little corner of Italy” is now standing unfinished. It is a sad reminder of how life can suddenly end, when there is still so much to create and fulfill.

    Luca, thank you for all the inspiration you have provided to many of us.

    My Sincere condolences to your family and friends.
    You will be missed.

  3. Andrew

    I had the pleasure of chatting with Luca numerous times over the past several years, though I never met him in person. In addition to being a very talented LEGO builder, he was also a wonderful person who cared deeply about the various communities he was involved in, from his local town in Italy to the global LEGO building community. The world is a lesser place for his passing.

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