The moonbase consists of modules, each based on base plates 32×32 studs. The transitions of the tubes between the plates are given in shape, height and size and thus quasi “standardized”. This makes a joint venture of several LEGO® designers possible. These have already been shown at some exhibitions.

Construction of the facility began in 2015 on the occasion of the participation in the BrickCityDays in Saarbrücken. Since then, the system has repeatedly been seen in a different combination of modules at various exhibitions. It has always grown. Again and again new modules are build that allow a different, extended structure. The imagination knows no bounds on the subject.

2020 the moonbase can be seen again in the permanent exhibition at the “Lauter Steine” on the former Bundesgartenschau site in Kaiserslautern.

In addition, new modules are currently being developed to extend the existing Moonbase and expand it with a monorail. Here are the two latest modules to see.

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