Impressive LEGO Wall Divider


The genius men at NPIRE, a small agency in Hamburg, Germany have truly stuck to their philosophy: "Work and Live." It took over a year to complete their LEGO wall divider, and it was definitely worth the precious time and effort. In addition to their daily duties, they worked on this project. Of course, cleaning up the office would have been easier, but that's not living. "That would be clean but dull, not creative at all," they say.

The impressive wall is made of their personal LEGO bricks from childhood in addition to 80 brand new packs. Well over 55,000 bricks were used to complete the 3 foot wide wall. Now that’s one awesome office improvement!
















NPIRE’s website
via [Design Made in Germany]



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