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Watch: LEGO Releases Drone Footage Of Bjarke Ingels’ Colorful ‘LEGO House’

By Mikelle Leow, 30 Aug 2017



Video screenshot via LEGO

Need some build-up for the long-awaited weekend? LEGO offers you a respite from your lackluster week with a colorful bird’s eye view of its soon-to-open building.

Built by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, the ‘LEGO House’—also known as ‘Home of the Brick’—is created to look like it’s made of actual LEGO blocks. The 20,000 square feet building is split into color-coded zones designed to encourage creativity in both children and adults.

The ‘Home of the Brick’, fittingly located in Denmark where the LEGO block was invented, will officially open its doors on 28 September 2017. Meanwhile, watch the vibrant drone footage provided by LEGO and check out some images of the site.



Video via LEGO




Image via bjarkeingels

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Image via bjarkeingels




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Video screenshot via LEGO



Video screenshot via LEGO


[via Archinect, video via LEGO, images via various sources]
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