Photographs of Bjarke Ingels’ LEGO house in Denmark revealed by Iwan Baan
Photographer Iwan Baan has released images of Bjarke Ingels’ recently opened LEGO house in Denmark, where the plastic brick was first invented.
The design feature 21 white bricks stacked on top of one another. The building includes a store, restaurants, conference facilities and a public square on its ground floor.
The basement levels tells the history of the company, with the main gallery- featuring the tree of creativity, which is one of the largest LEGO structures ever built, made up of 6,316,611 bricks – is housed on the upper most floor.