When there’s trouble, you know who to call. From their tower they can see it all. Now you can see their tower in this recreation of Teen Titans Tower from the Cartoon Network show, Teen Titans Go. My son and I really enjoy that show and we enjoyed building the tower in LEGO Worlds. Admittedly, I probably took over a little more than I should have.
While looking for images to base the rooms on, I came across a great blog post about Teen Titans Go Set Design. Be sure to check it out to see what we used for inspiration.
Let’s take a section by section tour of Titan Tower, starting with the outside.
Titan Tower sits on an island in Jump City. The outside has a small patio for grilling and relaxing in either lounge chairs or the hot tub. There is also a small playground and a terrace on the edge of the island.
The laundry room isn’t seen very often in the show but based on the windows and the fact that Raven is standing outside, it was placed on the ground floor. Here you can see the washer and dryer (ok two washers as there is no dryer). The shelf is stacked with towels, wash clothes and soap.
Cyborg needs a place to tinker on the T-Car and all his other projects. The workshop is in the basement and can be accessed through the elevator (well, really a shaft with a ladder).
The work shop has a drill press and some shelves and cabinets in one corner.
Next to the drill press, there is a tool chest along with an engine hoist and a car lift for working on the T-Car.
The T-Car (choices were limited) sits on the other side with some tool boxes and an overhead door,
Stairs (instead of an elevator)
The exterior doors and the “elevator” doors all use the sliding dojo doors. We reversed the door so the dragon is on the inside. The inside of the elevator shaft is lined with a ladder that takes you up the the living space. If you go all the way up, it takes you to the training area.
Step out of the elevator on the left and you will walk straight into the living room. It is complete with the huge pink curved couch, the command console and the entertainment center.
The door on the right side of the living room leads to the spacious kitchen. My son built the kitchen table, stools and cabinets while I added the finishing touches like the mosaic wall behind the stove, pictures and other decorations.
On the left side of the living room is the door to the “Hazard Room.” I think I matched it pretty well to the pictures from the set design article. This room is weird…that is all!
The elevator opens on both sides in the living area. If you view the elevator from the living room side, you will see the plants on either side of the shaft.
The other side exits straight into the hall with the bedrooms and bathroom. You will see several rolls of toilet paper outside the bathroom and a stack of newspapers by Raven’s room.
The bathroom has a custom mirror and vanity, a toilet and a bathtub with mosaic wall tile.
Raven’s room is all dark and brooding. I used the monster bed because there was no room for the four-poster. The wall is decorated with candles, spooky art and the wandering eyeball.
The corner near the door contains the cages for her dark creatures.
Beast Boy’s Room
Beast Boys Room has an old school TV along with a box to sleep in, a scratching post and a big ball of yarn. The focal point is the grassy wall mural.
The wall mural was achieve by building the wall out of 1x6x5 blocks. Once they were built, i changed to a 1×1 plate and placed ONE randomly inside each of the larger blocks. This changed the entire wall to 1×1 plates. Then, paint the wall with one of the grass color schemes and you are good to go.
Note: This was created before the wall builder was added to the brick placement tool. Now you can build a 1×1 plate wall much faster without the trickery.
The “leader” of the Teen Titans sleeps directly across the hall from Beast Boy. His room has a bed with a lamp next to it, a punching bag and a computer.
Cyborg’s room is at the end of the hallway next to Beast Boy’s room. The most prominent feature in his room is the recharging station. He has a few tools out and a cabinet in the corner.
The final bedroom on the tour belongs to Starfire. She has a round bed along with a vanity for make up and a dresser with a crazy plant.
I made a custom light for her room but it doesn’t really resemble the disco ball that is needed.
Head up to the next floor to check out the Titan’s Training area. They do have a few episodes in these area but since I couldn’t build moving walls and lasers, it is pretty much a giant death trap of fire, spikes and saw blades.
Be prepared to die…a lot. Seriously, I am not sure I have made it through successfully even once!
Looks like you didn’t heed my warning! Be prepared to die!
If you successfully make it through, you can access a hallway that will lead you to the roof. If you are unsuccessful, skydive. I did a lot of skydiving!
The final stop on the tour is the roof and it has been featured in many episodes. Unlike the show, I used a flat roof door to get in and out of the tower. The edges are hidden behind the sloped bricks.
The rest of the roof has a lot of heating and cooling equipment plus plenty of communications gear.
What do you think about our sandbox build? Have you been inspired by any non-LEGO properties? Let us know in the comments below or over on social media!
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