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The Bjarke Ingels Group Builds a Center with the Popular Childhood Toy

 - Aug 20, 2014
References: big.dk & designboom
When it comes to life-sized LEGO houses, the Bjarke Ingels Group knows exactly how to engage both adults and children alike. The firm is in the process of completing a massive LEGO abode, which will be a center for children to learn and take part in creative activities.

Unsurprisingly the design is filled with various colors, from blues to reds, which would hopefully help in inspiring more creativity in the children that visit the area. According to DesignBoom, "the resulting structure reaches a height of 23 meters and housing an enclosed floor area of 12,000 square meters," a fairly large space considering everything is made from massive LEGO blocks. The design will have roof sections for people to enjoy the outdoors, and also courtyards for taking in more fresh air.

Photo Credits: designboom, big.dk