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  • Two of the terraces on LEGO® House are called the Pixelmelt Terraces. Once they are finished they will look similar to LEGO bricks partially melted into the ground.
  • The different levels of the LEGO® House are generally accessed by stairs. However, we also provide easy wheelchair access to all levels of the LEGO House via four conveniently placed elevators.
  • People passing by LEGO® House will be able to see the colored surfaces on the many terraces – did you know they were made of leftover materials from sneakers?
  • Right now, the first test castings of concrete for the outside squares around LEGO® House are being casted.
  • Slowly but steady the inside of the giant LEGO® brick on the top of LEGO House is taking shape.
  1. 3 Nov, 2016
  2. 5 Oct, 2016
  3. 26 Aug, 2016
  4. 8 Aug, 2016
  5. 21 Jun, 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 TERRACES ARE PIXELING AS PLANNED

Nov 3, 2016

Two of the terraces on LEGO® House are called the Pixelmelt Terraces. Once they are finished they will look similar to LEGO bricks partially melted into the ground.

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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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THE LEGO® HOUSE CONSTRUCTION SITE 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.