【Every Great Mind Needs a Muse】
//Architect and His Muse: Game//
"LEGO was at the beginning of my interest in design. I would always have the center of my room filled with an ongoing self-made LEGO City that was like a constant work in progress……What’s unique about LEGO as a toy is that it’s actually not a toy, it’s a vehicle for systematic creativity that enables the child to create its own world and then to inhabit that world through play,” said Danish architect and BIG founder Bjarke Ingels, one of the most sought-after architects in the world at the age of 43. “As architects, we have the ability to build the world we’d like to live in, and then live in it. The sense of empowerment that architecture can give you when it’s working well is the same kind of empowerment that LEGO gives a child.” He recently finished the LEGO headquarter building in Denmark - a dream come true project for the young architect.
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Image credit: Iwan Baan, Bjarke Ingels Group
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