The LEGO Group has committed itself to making LEGO plant elements out of plants. Thanks to Sarah Beyer, there is now a LEGO house to compliment them. Sarah’s eco house, named Lilium after the lily flower, has been designed with self-sustainability in mind. Electricity is supplied by roof-mounted solar panels, while large windows on the south and west walls capture warm rays of sunshine. The house looks fresh and modern, enhanced by the surrounding colorful landscaping.
Sarah’s house has been constructed so LEGO minifigures can immerse themselves in the outdoors. The second-floor porch and vine-laced patio offer an excellent view of the garden.
For those of our readers who enjoy finished interiors, Sarah’s eco house does not disappoint. The model can be separated in half, revealing the detailed living quarters.
The bedroom is warm and inviting.
There is a comfortable-looking spot to lounge and read the paper, complete with Minecraft modern art and a potted plant from a galaxy far, far away.
In the evening, you can even head up the stairs to play piano by the light of the moon!