WATCH: Israelis’ record-breaking Lego tower honors 8-year-old’s memory

The Young Engineers group, which teaches scientific and mathematical principles to children using K’nex and Lego bricks, unveiled a 36-meter (118.11-foot) tower in Tel Aviv expected to break the Guinness world record for the highest toy-bricks structure ever. The project was dubbed the “Omer Tower” in memory of Omer Sayag, who died of cancer at the age of eight and loved constructing with plastic bricks.