LEGO® House in Billund, Denmark is the unique 12,000m² creative playground. Or the world's most fun playdate for the whole family. The large building, visualised in 21 LEGO bricks, is the 'Home of the Brick'.
At the heart of the LEGO® House are four different experience areas, marked by colour. Each colour symbolises a special aspect of playing and learning. Red is for creative skills, blue for cognitive skills, green for social skills and yellow for emotional skills. Besides developing these skills in the motto 'Learning through play', the visitor also discovers the history of LEGO and galleries with special collections.
Working closely with various parties, Bruns organised extensive sessions, selected samples, built prototypes and conducted test sessions. In order to develop and produce the total experience centre in accordance with the laws and regulations imposed by LEGO and the standards concerning the brand.
As a visitor, you go on an adventure and check out the technology hidden in walls of a house. You will also discover the building of the future. You can learn about concrete printing, discover how heavy work can be left to robots and see the possibilities in building materials from waste. The exhibition includes five biobased houses, in which no fewer than 30 different materials made from waste can be used as roofs, walls or floors. Everything under the sign of sustainable building.
Bruns realised the entire exhibition in collaboration with the client NEMO, designer Designwolf and Biobased Creations. Besides the biobased houses, various interactive furniture have been realised. Visitors can try out how to build a high tower that cannot be blown over, discover on which foundation a house stands most firmly or learn about the fast way of building prefabricated houses.
Photo: NEMO Science Museum- Digidaan