Humans like to build big things. And once those great big things are built, they need a greater bigger place to be maintained. Like the colossal Vehicle Assembly Building at KSC, or the enormous Hangar One at Moffett Field. So naturally with a big mech, like this beauty from builder Benjamin Cheh, you need a bigger hangar to work on it.
Of course when you have a huge mech you're going to need an even huger hanger to maintain it. Last week we featured Benjamin Cheh's awesome Palawan mech, well here's the jaw-dropping space where it stays in top shape. It features 4 Mechanical arms (2 attached to the walls and 2 on the beam), LTV Formica (Light Transport Vehicle) 2 GP containers, articulating boom lifts, 4 walkways, 4 LED lights, rack of missiles and a walkway platform with 2 hidden robotic arms for minor repairs.
Here's a fun fact, both me and Mrs BrickNerd know how to fly a plane. She actually went to flight school, I was just an enthusiast, but we've both flown. So we've both spent a little time in environments like this, and I was instantly smitten with this lovely aircraft hangar by bricks.life.idea.
Here's a little dose of neo classic space goodness, in the form of a huge mech from builder SweStar to compliment his already spectacular hangar. I love the classic color scheme on this beast, with it's yellow cockpit and blue details. And of course there's the hangar itself, which is already an impressive environment populated with really cool stuff. That giant classic space logo is an awesome touch too.