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A Sneak Peek Inside LEGO's Funhouse-Style Offices

Lego Design Office

As if their jobs weren’t enviable enough, the designers at LEGO have a workspace as playful as the toys they create. At LEGO PMD, the Wonka-esque dream factory where new toys are created, the designers are given free reign to become part of a child’s fantasy world.

 

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  • The main gathering area 1 of 16
    The main gathering area
    Danish designers Rosan Bosch and Rune Fjord created the 21,500 sq. ft. funhouse for LEGO PMD in Billund, Denmark, where the toy company develops new products.
  • View of the open space 2 of 16
    View of the open space
    The designers gave imagination free reign to create a space that focuses on play.
  • Walkway with slide 3 of 16
    Walkway with slide
    An existing walkway has been transformed into an oversized seating environment, where light-blue padding turns the walkway into a soft cloud.
  • Oversized sofa for informal meetings 4 of 16
    Oversized sofa for informal meetings
    The cloud unfolds into sofas, sitting spaces, and a slide that connects the two floors in a fun & playful way.
  • Yellow bar for informal meetings 5 of 16
    Yellow bar for informal meetings
    A fun zone with a yellow table bar creates room for relaxation and social interaction, where a number of building tables for children make it possible for LEGO's youngest employees to test the latest models and products.
  • LEGO brick storage area 6 of 16
    LEGO brick storage area
    A giant LEGO minifigure wall print plays with the idea of scale.
  • Podium for LEGO Model Display 7 of 16
    Podium for LEGO Model Display
    Show-off podiums and model towers give the designers a chance to display their work, facilitating the sharing of knowledge and ideas across the department.
  • LEGO Models on Display 8 of 16
    LEGO Models on Display
  • View to blue and yellow meeting rooms 9 of 16
    View to blue and yellow meeting rooms
    An expansion of a balcony created space for eight meeting rooms, each with their own color and glass facade and a view of the large, open space.
  • Meeting room with organic built-in seating and foosball 10 of 16
    Meeting room with organic built-in seating and foosball
  • The yellow meeting room 11 of 16
    The yellow meeting room
  • The blue meeting room 12 of 16
    The blue meeting room
  • Hallway with views to green, pink and black meeting rooms 13 of 16
    Hallway with views to green, pink and black meeting rooms
  • Meeting table with built-in bonsai garden 14 of 16
    Meeting table with built-in bonsai garden
  • Kitchen 15 of 16
    Kitchen
  • Bulls-eye landing for slide 16 of 16
    Bulls-eye landing for slide

All photos copyright protected and provided by Rosan Bosch and Anders Sune Berg.

 

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