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LEGO Greenhouse by Sebastian Bergne

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by Jaime last modified Aug 12, 2011

London-based designer Sebastian Bergne has been commissioned by LEGO for a project during the London Design Festival. Entitled the “LEGO Greenhouse”, this large-scale installation will be on display in the North Piazza, LEGO and Covent Garden, a world-renowned cultural district. Made entirely out of the iconic building blocks, this installation helps demonstrate how LEGO could [...]




 

 

LEGO Greenhouse by Sebastian Bergne

London-based designer Sebastian Bergne has been commissioned by LEGO for a project during the London Design Festival. Entitled the “LEGO Greenhouse”, this large-scale installation will be on display in the North Piazza, LEGO and Covent Garden, a world-renowned cultural district.

Made entirely out of the iconic building blocks, this installation helps demonstrate how LEGO could be used in a public space in the real world. Drawing from Covent Garden’s design heritage and cultural history, Bergne created a transparent greenhouse structure with a pitched roof. Inside, the plants are not made from LEGO, but in fact, are real. I think it would be so cool to see this in person. This installation begs the question: it possible that life-sized LEGOs could be used to build structures?

LEGO Greenhouse by Sebastian Bergne

LEGO Greenhouse by Sebastian Bergne


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