• omg how meny boxes of legos did you use and﻿ what was the price of tem all together

• To my knowledge, it was less then you'd pay for a﻿ big conference table....around €3K's worth of lego....

• A lego block on it side is 8mm by 9,8mm. This way you can calculate how many 'pixels' you need. A fast calculation shows you need 42408﻿ pixels (table is 152cm by 279cm). So if you buy the box LEGO Basic Bricks Deluxe box, that contains 1520 pixels you need 28 of them. That makes €588.

• but how many layers were﻿ used?

• Hi there - greetings from England and﻿ just wanna say AWESOME!!! :)

Was just wondering how much did it cost in total and how many boxes of lego were used - couldn't help but notice the never ending growing pile of boxes on the side of the table.

Thanks

• @mickeymou05 Sorry Mickey, only saw your post now. For all that info you can email makeourday@boysandgirls.ie or contact ABGC.

For the actual lego, I think its cost €3k euro and not even sure﻿ how many boxes were used.

• One﻿ of Beethovens. Maybe his 9th symphony.

• Love this-what did you put﻿ on top of the legos to create a glossy top that would allow easy clean up? I would want something on top so food or other junk didn't fall into the legos

• I would say not more than 1. More would add useless cost. But some shots in the video seam to point at at least 2 layers.

Btw I know for a fact, because I build it myself, that the﻿ Lego in a 188,3 cm by 87,8 cm table will cost you €472,49. See:

lego-dining-table.blogspot.nl

Remember that in my table a Lego pixel is 8 mm by 8 mm and that in the boys and girls table there is no need for baseplates (they cost me €90,87)

• ....sheldon?﻿

• Correction: 2﻿ mistakes.

1. A Lego block is 9,6mm not 9,8mm.

2. Forgot the sides of the table.

New calculations bring me to €861

• hmmm how effective was﻿ this... i wonder???

• What is the music﻿ ?

• it must have cost alot to﻿ make that video