Tuesday, March 22, 2016

LEGOLand urbanism

I am just back from spring break, which included for me a visit to LEGOLand in California.  I was pleased to see there a major exhibit on world urbanism; well, in fact, they called it MiniatureLand and it seemed to largely be a spectacle of lilliputian life.  There was no mention of land use or Jan Gehl anywhere.  Nonetheless, I feel compelled to share vacation pictures that surely are of interest to blog readers.  

 It occurs to me now that the children of land use law professors everywhere surely have their work cut out for them.

 

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 Grand Central Terminal ... in LEGOs.

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 Midtown ... in LEGOs.

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 Times Square ... in LEGOs.

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 The French Quarter ... in LEGOs.

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 Mardi Gras ... in LEGOs.

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 Washington, D.C. ... in LEGOs.

 

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