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Lego House (Billund)

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Lego House (Billund)

The Lego House is a building under construction in Billund, Denmark, the city of the factory of Lego. The house will be designed entirely in the brick-by-brick aesthetic. The building will have a variety of functions: part public art piece, tourist attraction, Lego store, cafe, and with roughly 20,000 square feet set aside for open space, just somewhere people can hang out. The House began as a 1:100 scale model built entirely with LEGOs. The building of the real house started in June 2014. The building will be nearly 82,000 square feet, it will measure nearly 100 feet high and cover a ground area of over 26,000 square feet.[1][2]


  1. ^ An 82,000-square foot LEGO House is coming, and everything looks awesome ]
  2. ^ 3000 vil til rejsegilde på Lego House (Danish)
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