Instructor creates complex Lego model of A&M’s Academic Building

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KWTX) Many of us have seen the Academic Building on campus at Texas A&M, but have you seen it made out of Legos?

Luke Lyons graduated from Texas A&M in 2008 and is a current doctoral student and instructor at A&M.

Lyons started on this Lego project two years ago.

He worked to find the specific pieces for over a year.

The Lego building features lecture halls, laboratories, a student center, and more.

The second and third floors of the Academic Building were morphed into one all-inclusive floor in Lyons' Lego version.

Right now, you can vote to support the design.

If it gets 10,000 votes, it will go through an approval process and then eventually could be sold in stores.