Ivette!!!! Can I???? The biggest, most accurate Lego Imperial Star Destroyer ever built More than 40,000 bricks. 110 pounds (50 kilograms). 6.62 feet long (2.02 meters). 4.1 feet wide (1.25 meters). 1.9 feet tall (58 centimeters). Eight months of design and building. Those are the stats for the biggest, most accurate Lego Imperial Star Destroyer ever built.
Study Frank Lloyd Wright Sketches of Structures Never Built. Wright's 1923 plan for the National Life Insurance Building in Chicago, a 25-story fortress of intricate copper panels slated for the North end of the Magnificent Mile.
Built and designed in the 1960s after the A-12 Oxcart, the SR-71 Blackbird is still the fastest, most vanguardist air-breathing airplane in the history of aviation. These once classified photos reveal how Lockheed built both birds in secret, in California. They look taken at the Rebel base in Hoth.
Some details... the room is a walk-in closet. 75" wide x 96" deep and 8' tall. The custom desk and cabinets were built by Techline Twin Cities of St. Louis Park, MN. What you do not see are the full height shelves behind the door on the right and the upper cabinets that wrap around the room to the door on the left.
Here's a rare sight: four out of the ten Nimitz-class aircraft carriers—the largest warships ever built—plus an Enterprise-class carrier docked together. They are resting at Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia, which coincidentally is the largest naval base in the world. Look at all that engineering and firepower. And it's only half of the Nimitz fleet!