A LEGO kitchen fit for a cookbook cover

Is it harder to build something purely from scratch, or based off of something already in existence? Having done both myself, I honestly can’t decide. Sometimes making LEGO resemble life-size objects is really tough. But it doesn’t seem to have been much of a challenge for Timofey Tkachev! This beautiful LEGO kitchen is based off a real one that is virtually identical. Of course, the real one does not include a human-sized penguin and a few other hidden gems.

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Timofey is an incredible artist. We’ve featured many of his builds, but one of my favorites is the terrifying and thought-provoking representation of our oil consumption. Another, much lighter favorite, is his adorable and clever cockatoo. You can also learn more about him by reading more in our interview with him.

1 comment on “A LEGO kitchen fit for a cookbook cover

  1. Purple Dave

    “Is it harder to build something purely from scratch, or based off of something already in existence?”

    I think the answer to that depends on a combination of the builder, the subject matter, and the scale of the model.

    Anyways, I thought there was some serious forced perspective going on here until I zoomed in and realized the actual chef isn’t a minifig, but a keychain flashlight.

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