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Billund carpark covered with roads from Lego play sets

December 23, 2019 Tom Ravenscroft 0
Lego car park in Billund by CEBRA 

Danish architecture studio CEBRA has designed the facades of a car park for Lego in Billund, Denmark, which features a road layout based on the toy company’s City road plates. The facades, created by CEBRA, cover a five-storey car park designed by architecture studio Ravn Arkitektur, which will be used by people working in the Lego offices and visiting the

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CF Møller Architects incorporates giant bricks in facades of Lego office

November 1, 2019 Lizzie Crook 0
Billund Lego campus phase one by C F Møller Architects

CF Møller Architects has completed two office buildings on the Lego campus in Billund, Denmark, which include giant building blocks in the facades. Located a few streets away from the Lego’s visitor centre by BIG, the two office buildings mark the completion of the first phase of the toy company’s 52,000-metre-squared headquarters. Århus studio CF

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Lego Apple Park took its builder two years to complete

October 1, 2018 Eleanor Gibson 0

This mini version of Apple’s Cupertino campus is made entirely of Lego, and was modelled on drone footage taken during construction. The Lego Apple Park depicts the 175-acre (71-hectare) expanse of California’s Santa Clara Valley at 1/650th of its real size. The model includes Apple’s Foster + Partners-designed ring-shaped headquarters, ancillary buildings, and large areas

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BIG completes Lego visitor centre shaped like a stack of building blocks

October 3, 2017 Jessica Mairs 0

Bjarke Ingels’ firm BIG has unveiled its new visitor centre for toy company Lego – a stack of huge building blocks, featuring brightly coloured patios that are home to a submarine, a shark and a camel. A pair of “pixelated” staircases allow visitors to scale the exterior of the Lego House to reach the patios, which are

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