Fabrice Helick rebuilt the historic Nintendo headquarters in his garden
His name is Fabrice Helick, and certainly one of the best collectors of Nintendo products in the world. Was his latest challenge carried out in the midst of an epidemic? Successful renovation of Nintendo’s original headquarters building in Japan.
Fabrice Heilick is a name you have come across in recent years: this Frenchman who lives in Alsace is a Nintendo enthusiast who has focused on his collection of products marketed by the company for many years. And as the set became more and more substantial, the lack of space was felt: thus giving birth to the incredible idea of rebuilding Nintendo’s historic headquarters, which was demolished in 2004.
Can we read some of these photos? On the BeforeMario.com blog, Which allowed him to design measurement plans, to create a room that now holds a collection of enthusiasts. The history of this reconstruction of Nintendo’s headquarters is similar to that carried out in France by the French, the immaturity of the raw materials that are so hard to find in France: even if it is conventional Japanese. Finally the tiles purchased from a Dutch wholesaler, or the totami mats placed on the floor will accommodate the most fortunate spectators, all evoking respect and curiosity in this story!
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We congratulate Fabrice on this wonderful reproduction of the house and invite us for a traditional tea in a few months in the vicinity of Strasbourg to discover this incredible building!
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