Watch 40 Years of Award-Winning Architecture Reimagined in Toy Blocks

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao / Ander Gillenea, AFP/Getty Images

What would the works of award-winning architects look like if they were reconstructed by preschoolers? The wooden building block models in "My First Pritzker," a video spotted by Dezeen, come pretty close.

Andrea Stinga, an architect and motion designer based in Barcelona, chose 39 years worth' of winners of the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize as inspiration for his animation. Structures like the Sydney Opera House, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, and the AT&T building have all been reimagined using wooden children's blocks.

The Pritzker Prize began in 1979, and has since been awarded once a year (and twice in 1988) to a living architect whose work exemplifies "talent, vision, and commitment." Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry, and Phillip Johnson are a few of the architects who have been honored in the past.

You can see the playful recreations of their work in the video below.

[h/t Dezeen]