- James May
- United Kingdom (Dorking)
The largest life-sized house made from interlocking plastic bricks is 4.69 metres (15 ft 4 in) high, 9.39 metres (30 ft 9 in) long and 5.75 metres (18 ft 10 in) wide and consists of two floors with four rooms in total. It was completed by 1,200 volunteers together with James May (UK) for James May's Toy Stories in Dorking, UK, on 17 September 2009.
2.4 million lego bricks were used. The house had an internal wooden support structure. James May spent one night in the house, which turned out to be leaking.