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  • After 20 months the time has come for dismantling the blue tower crane on the LEGO® House construction site.
  • The carpenters are working on putting up insulation walls in the part of the building where the three different types of dining places will be located.
  • When LEGO® House opens the first thing the guests will witness is a large terrace which almost looks like it is melted down at the corner of LEGO House.
  • LEGO® House is starting to look like a house built of LEGO bricks as the white tiles are becoming visible on the facade.
  • The LEGO® House showroom is moving to Billund Airport where you can witness it in the departure hall.
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  2. 5 Apr, 2016
  3. 14 Mar, 2016
  4. 29 Feb, 2016
  5. 25 Feb, 2016

ABOUT LEGO® HOUSE

Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen is the third-generation family owner behind the LEGO® Group and ever since his childhood, he has been dedicated to the LEGO brick and the idea behind it. Today, he is the main shareholder of the LEGO Group, and says on the motivation behind LEGO House:
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THE CRANE IS LEAVING THE LEGO® HOUSE CONSTRUCTION SITE

Apr 21, 2016
After 20 months the time has come for dismantling the blue tower crane on the LEGO® House construction site.

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ARCHITECTURAL IDEA

The architectural main purpose is to organize the building functions into 21 white bricks, enclosing the indoor space, stacked on top of each other and completed by the fantastic Keystone Gallery, which is inspired by the classic eight-knob LEGO® brick.


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LEGO® HOUSE VIDEO

FACTS ABOUT LEGO® HOUSE

• The LEGO® House consists of 8,500 sq m above ground and 3,400 sq m of basement. 

• The LEGO House will be 23 m tall. 

• There will be unlimited access over and across the LEGO House using stairs and terraces. 

• The LEGO House will feature an area with free-of-charge access. This area constitutes almost a quarter of the above-ground part of the LEGO House, and will offer a café and a special LEGO shop. 

• The largest part of the LEGO House will be reserved for paying visitors, consisting of four specially designed play zones from different, but interconnected play worlds. The play zone exhibits and activities will offer guests completely unique LEGO experiences, inviting them to use their minds as well as their hands. Visitors will also be presented with the family company and the development of the LEGO products, the LEGO brand and the LEGO Group.