Jeff Pelletier is one of those guys who "has known since he was two years old that he wanted to be an Architect," according to his bio on the website of BOARDandVELLUM, the architecture firm where he's Principal. "He was one of those kids playing in a room filled with LEGO bricks who grew up to be an adult practicing architecture in a room filled with LEGO bricks."
Thus Seattle-based Pelletier has, in the basement of his home, an entire dedicated Lego room. So how does a fastidious architect store roughly 250,000 pieces, and how did he find the space? See for yourself:
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For those interested to see what the rest of Pelletier's self-remodeled house looks like—it's pretty damn impressive, having been converted from a boarding home—there's video of it here.