Bjarke Ingels on the LEGO House architecture


Watch as architect Bjarke Ingels, founder of BIG, explains how he designed LEGO House in Billund, Denmark.

The architecture is inspired by LEGO bricks – in fact, LEGO House is built almost like you would build with LEGO bricks!

The LEGO House architecture is truly stunning! Made from 21 interlocking parts, with an amazing LEGO brick shaped keystone on top.

Designed by architect Bjarke Ingels, LEGO House is placed in Billund, Denmark and is the ultimate family vacation destination.

LEGO House opens September 28, 2017.

Take a look behind the scenes and discover the visions and plans for LEGO House.

Designed by architect Bjarke Ingels, LEGO House is a top attraction in Billund, Denmark. LEGO house is filled with creative play experiences for kids of all ages!

LEGO® House is a unique experience house located at the centre of Billund, Denmark – Home of the Brick. The building will allow LEGO fans of all ages to feel the magic of the LEGO universe and have the ultimate LEGO experience all year round. A number of new LEGO experiences and a sea of LEGO bricks will greet children and adults alike, inviting them to unleash their creativity.

Jesper Vilstrup, General Manager, LEGO House, explains: “LEGO House is a manifestation of the very essence of the LEGO idea. This will be an amazing place where LEGO fans, their families and friends can experience – or re-experience – the playfulness of the LEGO universe. All activities are related to our philosophy that creative play promotes innovation. LEGO House will enable us to offer both adult and young guests the chance of stimulating both creativity and learning.”

LEGO House includes paid attractions as well as experiences open to the public. Guests will not need a ticket to visit LEGO Square, play on the terraces, explore the LEGO Store and treat themselves to extraordinary culinary experiences with a LEGO twist at one of the three restaurants.

The heart of LEGO House is the experience zones, consisting of four coloured areas, a spectacular Masterpiece Gallery where fans exhibit their impressive creations, and a History Collection where you can witness the development of the company and the LEGO brand over time. If guests want to be sure to get access to the experience zones, tickets need to be booked in advance. Ticket sales will open in June.

Designed by BIG
LEGO House is designed by the architectural firm BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group). Jesper Vilstrup says: “The building itself reflects what LEGO play and the LEGO values are all about. The LEGO brick has been incorporated into the architecture in a simple, but ingenious way, and visualises the systematic creativity that lies at the very core of all LEGO play.”

When LEGO House opens its doors, guests will enter a building consisting of 21 white bricks stacked on top of each other, crowned by an oversized 2×4 LEGO brick, the so-called Keystone. The enormous bricks not only create space for indoor activities, but also for a sheltered public space and a number of interconnected outdoor terraces and playgrounds for guests to explore and enjoy.

Jesper Vilstrup continues: “The location of the building is no coincidence. Billund is where the LEGO adventure began. It was always our intention that LEGO House should be open to tourists as well as Billund’s citizens at large. For this very reason, there is free access to the 2,000 m2 city square at the heart of the building, which we hope will become a natural gathering place for our guests.”

Construction of the building started in early 2014, and LEGO House will be officially opened with a grand celebration on 28 September 2017.

(LEGO House press release)