If you’re looking to commissions a LEGO model in the UK, for an experienced LEGO model builder based in the UK, Richard Carter is a seasoned LEGO model designer.
Since 2013, I’ve helped to build LEGO models for museums, libraries and corporate clients throughout the UK.
LEGO models are a great way to engage and provoke audiences in a variety of environments, from museums to libraries, tradeshows and exhibitions. A custom designed LEGO model can allow you to showcase your venue more clearly, improve understanding of a particular process, exhibit or product, and provide a talking piece for years to come.
How do I commission a LEGO model?
You can start the model commission process by getting in touch. A typical commission process for a bespoke LEGO model is as follows:
- We discuss your initial thoughts and ideas, and how it might be best achieved with LEGO bricks
- I provide an initial proposal for you to approve, or for us to refine
- Photographs (and videos, where appropriate) of the model(s) in progress are sent to you for feedback
- The LEGO model is refined and completed
- Your model is delivered to you; sometimes this can be by courier, or on some occasions I may deliver it by hand and aid with installation of the model.
Models tend to be provided unglued unless specified (as this adds a lot of time and money to your project). Instructions of your model can also be provided, on request.
If you’re looking to commissions a LEGO model in the UK, for an experienced LEGO model builder based in the UK, Richard Carter is a seasoned LEGO model designer and has built models for museums, events and corporations around the UK
Previous LEGO model commission clients have included:
- DPD, the international courier firm
- Molecular Research Labaratory, Cambridge
- Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
I’ve also organised events, corporate brick hire and LEGO workshops for clients including:
- Science Museum Group
- Leeds City Council
- Swansea University
- Buxton Crescent Trust
- Harris Museum, Preston
- Manchester University