We’ve all had our building dreams while playing with Legos as children, but who would have known those tiny bricks could actually be used to construct an actual house?!
This has indeed been made into a reality via a recent collab between Airbnb and Lego, and guess what? This Lego house made out of 25 million Lego pieces is opening its doors for lucky winners to enjoy through a global contest.
Located in Billund, Denmark, the house consists of two bedrooms and a living room. It is Lego-furnished in every detail including Lego armchairs, lamps, teddy bear, story books, alarm clock, a television as well as a Lego pet cat!
The Lego-filled beds may not be the cosiest, but the highlight in the room is a six-metre tall Lego waterfall, which is definitely a worthy sight. Just try not to step on any Lego pieces!
Ambitious Lego builders and Lego fans around the world can stand a chance of winning a stay from November 24 – 25 2018 in this awe-inspiring Lego house.
Not only that, winners can also spend the night creating their winning idea with professional “master builder” and design manager specialist Jamie Berard to fulfil their childhood Lego dreams. Plus, a free lunch served by Lego robots. Now that’s really something..
Now’s the time to recollect those childhood ambitions of yours as you can stand a chance to win a stay for four by describing one thing you would build together with your family if provided with an infinite supply of Lego bricks.
Hurry up and submit your admissions to the Airbnb website. Entries will be accepted until Nov 16! Good luck 🙂