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LEGO Replica of the Capitol Studio Building By Eiffleman

Located an 1750 North Vine Street, Hollywood, Los Angeles, the Capitol Records Building, also known as the Capitol Records Tower, is a Hollywood Boulevard Commercial and Entertainment District building that houses not only offices for Capitol’s West Coast operations, but also recording studios, as well as an echo chamber. This building is also a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument.

 

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This year marks the 60th year since the completion of the building and to mark this milestone, LEGO builder Eiffleman created a replica of it using LEGOs – with a mural of the “Hollywood Jazz: 1945-1972” in front – with legends Chet Baker, Gerry Mulligan, Charlie Parker, Tito Puente, Miles Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, Shelly Manne, Dizzy Gillespie, Billy Holiday, Duke Ellington, and Nat ‘King’ Cole represented using minifigures (designed digitally).

 

Though simple, but in our opinion, this replica, in our opinion, quite accurate represents the real building. Check out images of it (7 in total) below and let us know of your thoughts:

 

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Would You Like To Add Eiffleman’s Capitol Studio Building To Your LEGO Architecture Collection?

This set is not an official LEGO set just yet – if you like to see Eiffleman’s creation become an official LEGO Ideas set, be sure to vote for it here: Click here to vote for Eiffleman’s Capitol Studio Building… >>