LEGO Ideas: The Castle of Brickwood Forest Reaches 10k Supporters

The latest project to reach the 10k supporters mark on the LEGO Ideas site is The Castle of Brickwood Forest by poVoq.


This latest project joins: The Shire, the Hobbithole of Frodo and Bilbo Baggins, Among Us: The Skeld Detailed Map, The Office, Castle of Lord Afol and the Black Knights, The X-Files: I Want to Believe, The House of Chocolate, The Simpsons – The Krusty Burger, Asterix and Obelix, 4½-Litre 1927-31 Bentley ‘Blower’, Scania Next Generation S730, The Karate Kid “Wax On, Wax Off”, Hyrule Castle (The Legend of Zelda), Metroid: Samus Aran’s Gunship, NASA’s SLS & Artemis, Lego Bookends, Animal Crossing: New Horizons Paradise, Claus Toys, and Baba Yaga as the projects to reach the First 2021 Review Stage.

Ideas Site

The Castle of Brickwood Forest


From the project creator:


Hello brick lovers from around the world,


I'm very happy to present to you my latest creation.

It's a castle inspired by my previous project but it's much bigger.


This build has exactly 3000 parts and it comes with 8 minifigures :

A king, a knight, 2 soldiers, a queen, a princess, and 2 forestmen.


The Castle can be opened with hinges on both sides , a floor can be removed for better access, and the roof and be opened with hinges to give access to the king's chamber.



Inside the Castle:

  • fully detailed kitchen

  • throne room

  • drop door, that can be lifted up with a chain

  • prison

  • some room for storage to hold on during a siege

  • an escape door at the back of the castle

  • 2 round towers, one with a spiral staircase

  • a house built into the wall

  • a weaponry

  • a bedroom at the top floor with a balcony

  • a hidden cave with a treasure chest


Building techniques


The round tower that opens with hinges was by far the most challenging part. The lower hinges had to be placed upside down because of the bracket parts I used. Each individual section of the tower goes from 4 to 3 back to 4 studs wide.


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