As everyone who reads LEGO news knows, Billund in Denmark is LEGO-topia. The corporate town is the heart of the global toy brand, with related tourist attractions (LEGOLAND and LEGO House) alongside the headquarters and offices of The LEGO Group. It’s also, like other communities, a work in constant progress.
By that we mean that LEGO is currently overseeing the construction of a new office campus for their Billund workforce. They also seem to be following the convention of major companies with their new campuses, like Apple, in making sure the structure and facilities have a theme tying things together.
“There’s a massive brick outside.” Says my colleague. Sure enough there is a truly massive 1×4 on a truck… #justbillundthings pic.twitter.com/HgVxGQlI0V
— Mark John Stafford (@LEGO_Nabii) April 29, 2019
Senior LEGO Model Designer Mark Stafford cheekily shared details on the décor for the new LEGO Billund campus. On his Twitter page he posted the image of a truck hauling what appears to be a massive yellow 1×4 LEGO brick. However it might be installed on the buildings, set to open 2020, it’ll catch many eyes.
It’s just like The LEGO Group to design their workplaces to be fun tourist attractions themselves. The most recent place where they’ve done this is with their new Middle East offices in Dubai. Opened just this February, the place looks like a museum-playground, a place to work and have fun.
2 thoughts on “New LEGO Office Campus in Billund, Opening 2020, to Feature Giant LEGO Brick”
I think it is a plate not a brick, just sayin
Yup, I have to say that it looks more like an oversized, yellow 1×4 plate. 😉