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Imaginative Recreational Workspaces
The LEGO Denmark Office Has a Slide and Building Stations


By: Rebecca Byers (Star) Feb 21, 12
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This LEGO Denmark office encourages work and play, offering a slide that connects the second and first floors and features a library of LEGO pieces and tables to build models. The office is LEGO’s new development department office in Billund, Denmark, where the original LEGOland is located.

The new LEGO Denmark office was a project of architects Rosan Bosch and Rune Fjord, and the innovative office space seems like the perfect environment for brainstorming the next LEGO products.

Danish architecture is consistently on the cutting edge, and this office is a great example of unorthodox workspaces that cultivate a culture particular to the company’s aims. There are several informal meeting spaces that encourage the sharing of ideas so that designers can work closely together to inspire new concepts. The bright colors of the LEGO Denmark office also contribute to an environment where imagination and collaboration are essential.



Source: psfk
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