Redditor user u/ProDogMan shared his micro scale castle and it's intense!
The term was coined in the 1960s by architect/inventor Buckminster Fuller as a portmanteau of Tensional Integrity. Tensional Integrity is a physics principle whereby objects push and pull against each other thus creating opposing forces which causes an object to be held in place.
You can find applications of this cool principle in structures around you like bridges, towers, and even on a NASA robot!
Let's have a view from different angles of ProDogMan's cool build:
Photos credit to u/ProDogMan
"I spent an hour and a half cobbling this together" - u/ProDogMan
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"This LEGO set contains 10,001 pieces and 150cm tall, so that was impossible to shoot in studio and build a scenery for it. So I have decided, that bring it out to the actual city and use the real environment as background. :) The final result is one single shot. The spot lights on the very top of the tower is Ps-manipulation. But everything else is real. On the work photos you can't see, but later I used Litra light cubes to light up the tower. The fog, the lights and all are real!"
- Benedek Lampert on Reddit sharing the story of how this photo was created