The gingerbread house is a simple, classic tradition. It started in Germany in the early 1800s after different European countries had been using gingerbread to create art works for years. In the fairy tale Hansel and Gretel, two children stumble upon a candy covered home, which is said to have inspired the German bakers to create miniature versions in real life.
Today gingerbread art works can be astonishingly elaborate (there was even a full-scale gingerbread house in Stockholm), and Buick decided to get it on the fun. To celebrate the holidays, they constructed a gingerbread house that resembles a modern contemporary house instead of a classic German village house like many others do.
Watch Buick put together their elaborate creation (which also includes an edible Buick Regal) in the video below. You might want to have some candy nearby in case you get a sweet tooth halfway through.