Outlandish LEGO Office. Sorry, It’s Not Built With Bricks!
Take a good look at this outlandish LEGO Office by Rosan Bosch. This working environment is where LEGO designers can play, discuss and make new creations. Let’s face it, if grown-ups are expected to create toys for kids (well, adults like me, too), the office needs to be cool and inspiring! Check out the rest of the pics, including the floor plan and the giant slide. Above: Walkway slide and closed meeting booths.
LEGO Office Gallery
Above: LEGO Office show off podium for brick models.
Above: Office photo in Anderssuneberg.
Above: LEGO Office meeting table and model tower.
Above: Office walkway to a giant sofa.
Above: LEGO Office Floor Plan Schematics.
Above: Yellow table bar photo.
Credits: All images shown in the set are Copyright © Rosan Bosch & Rune Fjord. Check out the Rosan Bosch site for more inspiring work. Photography by Anders Sune Berg. Found via Arch Daily. LEGO® is a trademark of LEGO Corp.
Above: Giant LEGO man graphic with grass.
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