Here’s one for the travel bucket list: There’s a real-life, 12,000sqm house that’s filled to the brim with 25 million LEGO bricks – and you can visit it in Billund, Denmark.
Could it be that your next family holiday includes a pit stop in Denmark? The all-mighty LEGO House, which took more than four years to build, makes anything seem possible.
Designed by the architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), LEGO House was made using 21 white bricks that are stacked on top of one another.
“Its facade is covered with tiles, giving the illusion that the whole building is made of LEGO bricks,” says the LEGO website.
LEGO House offers unique creative play experience for children with several colour-coded zones focused on a special aspect of play and learning.
“Red is for creative skills, blue is for cognitive skills, green is for social skills and yellow is for emotional skills,” according to the website.
One of our favourite features of the LEGO House?
It has to be ‘City Architect’, a simulator that invites you to shape life in the city by adding your own constructions.
We’re popping Denmark on our hot list, stat.
Originally published as This house is filled with 25 million LEGO bricks by Kristy Barratt. Author at realestate.com.au.