Thursday, 12 April 2012

The Land of LEGO

My 4year old nephew became a member of the LEGO Club this week so I decided to do a bit of research on the topic of LEGO and its endless boundaries.
Colourful,modular and versatile, LEGO blocks are toys that have unlimited uses, not only in the mind of a child but also in Architecture, Product Design and Interiors. Although they are made from non-renewable plastic, these popular toy building blocks are strong, weatherproof and long-lasting. Best of all, they can be used and reused again and again meaning interiors and furniture can be altered and changed around as often as you like to whatever shape or style you desire. Check out these amazing LEGO finds.

The LEGO House
built in the Denbies wine estate in Dorking,UK.

LEGO Staircase by I-Beam in Manhattan, US.

LEGO Room Divider designed by NPIRE
LEGO Kitchen
by designers Simon Pillard and Philippe Rosetti

LEGO Board Room Table by ABGC for Boys and Girls

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