Tallest Red Lego Tower Built By Cousins

United States Ingvild Herfindahl

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Benson, Minnesota, United States / February 20, 2012

Ingvild Herfindahl and his cousin built a Lego tower that reached 32.25 inches in height. They used exclusively red Lego blocks for their construction.

- tower and base must be constructed of entirely red Lego bricks
- tower must stand on its own for at least 30 seconds
- must be completed by two people who are first cousins
- no outside support permitted
- no additional adhesives permitted

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  • United States Emily Patricia

    Emily Patricia

    I agree. Can we make it just tallest red lego tower?

  • Philippines Ma-Ann Pacion

    Ma-Ann Pacion

    Ingvild. Dan suggests a good idea. Would it be more fun if we could have it tried by anyone? :)

  • Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    I think you should lose the "cousins" element and just declare it the world's tallest red Lego tower. I'd love to see competition arise in this category.

  • United States Ingvild Herfindahl

    Ingvild Herfindahl

    Yes, it was lots of fun. We probably spent more time sorting the Lego than building the actual tower, though. We picked red because it's one of the boys' favorite colors (and much more common than green, the other favorite color!).

  • United States Emily Patricia

    Emily Patricia

    What awesome family time. Why all red legos? Did you sort them first?

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