Unlike the smaller LEGO Star Wars X-Wing sets you see in stores, this one was built using 2.5-million pieces by a 10-person team, led by LEGO Certified Professional Georg Schmitt, atop Jungfraujoch, a saddle connecting the two peaks, Jungfrau and Mönch, in Switzerland. This massive model spans an impressive 10 x 10 meters, and the entire thing took over 1,500 hours of work to complete.
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Typically, a zero-carbon city refers to one that runs entirely on renewable energy, which means it has absolutely no carbon footprint and will not cause harm to the planet. If you take that idea, and use it on a cabin, this “On Mountain Hut” is the result. This retreat is hidden away in the beautiful Swiss Alps, sitting on a mountainside at an altitude of 8,200 feet above sea level.