LEGO Headquarters in Denmark

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Since 1949 the creative geniuses at LEGO have been keeping kids (and adults) busy with some of the greatest toys the market has to offer – their classic plastic bricks. Now we get a behind the scenes look of the LEGO’s headquarters, and it’s everything you’d expect.

Located in Billund, Denmark, this office space is the end result of a collaboration between Danish architects Rosan Bosch and Rune Fjord. The goal behind the space was to create a work environment that would help promote both innovation and imagination while also being a very fun place to punch the time clock every day. LEGO PMD spans several floors, and what better way to transition between floors than dropping in on your fellow LEGO creatives using a curved stainless steel slide?

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