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  1. Modular building AFOL evening at LEGO House

    On Friday March 9th, 2018 LEGO House will host an event for true LEGO fans with a passion for the modular buildings theme. The evening consists of a mix of interviews, hands-on building activity dinner and of course time to chat. The facilitator of the interviews is the in the AFOL Community well-known and long-term LEGO fan Are Heiseldal from Norway. Are is a sports journalist at his day job and a dedicated LEGO collector and builder the rest of the time. He will interview in his charming way key LEGO people involved in the Modular buildings theme. Participants of the event are invited to bring an own designed first floor based on the layout of the Parisian Restaurant (#10243) so that we can stack them to an very own modular building for the event. The floor is to be taken home afterwards again. Programme of the event 16.00: Welcome and start stacking the floors 16.15: On-stage interview with Austin Carlson from the LEGO Group. Austin works as a graphic designer and has a broad experience within several LEGO product lines. (20min) 16.40: On-stage interview with Jeppe Ramlau, who works in Novelty Engineering in the LEGO Group. Jeppe is involved in designing and creating new elements and new moulds. He is the link between the designers and the engineers. (20min) 17.05: On-stage interview with Anne Egelund from the LEGO Group. Anne works in marketing and has been involved with the Modular building theme for quite some time. (20min) 17.45: Warm buffet 18.45: On-stage interview with Jamie Berard from the LEGO Group, who is the iconic LEGO designer behind many modular buildings. (30min) 19.15: Hands-on session at the tables facilitated by Jamie. Jamie will share building tips and tricks and will build a small exterior scenery together with you. LEGO elements are provided and the build can be taken home after the session. 20:00 End of play. Price per Person: 449 DKK pr. person (including dinner + 2 drinks) Please note: The arrangement does not include a ticket for the Experience Zones in LEGO House. We reserve the right to cancel the arrangement in case of less than 40 participants. In case we receive more than 80 requests will we draw the participants randomly. So if you are up for a great arrangement with great people in great surroundings please send me an email (Jan@LEGO.com) no later than February 11th 2018 end of day all timezones so I can get you on the list. I will inform you after the deadline via email if you can participate and will send you the booking link. I am looking forward to a very cool arrangement! Thanks Jan
  2. Book around the LEGO House

    Dear all, my LEGO House colleagues informed me that there will be a very interesting book around the LEGO House available from now on. So I believe this could be very interesting for some of you. Feel free to share. Than Jan Building a Dream Author: LEGO House and e-types. Price: 249 DKK - The book can only be purchased at LEGO® House in Billund. Language: English. Edition: 2000 pcs. Idea development and construction of LEGO House has taken seven years. On 28 September 2017, a proud director, Jesper Vilstrup, finally opened the doors to Denmark's newest experience center together with the royal family and with the attention of world press. LEGO® House is a unique experience house located in the center of Billund – Home of the Brick. Here, LEGO fans of all ages can experience the magic of the LEGO universe and get the ultimate LEGO experience all year round. Both kids and adults meet a number of new LEGO experiences and a sea of LEGO bricks, where you can unleash your creativity. The heart of the 12.000 m2 LEGO House is the experience zones which consist of four colored play areas, a spectacular Masterpiece Gallery, where fans can exhibit their impressive creations and a History Collection, where guests experience the company's and LEGO brand's development over time. Building a Dream is built as a combined interview and photo book, which both tells the vision behind the house and through great photos shows the development of idea and building. Three people have been at the heart of the project: Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, 3rd generation LEGO owner, Jørgen Vig Knudstorp, chairman of LEGO Brand Group and Bjarke Ingels, international architect. Photos are taken by photographer Jens Honoré.
  3. Dear all, first of all I wish you a Happy New Year! When LEGO® House announced its first Christmas party for AFOLs, it was actually with a bit of anxiety. One could not quite know if the event would carry - a Saturday evening late in December? - in Billund? - for international AFOLs? All doubt proved unfounded. The word of the event was quickly spread and in a few days the tickets were rapidly sold. So there we are. Saturday evening on the 16th December, 70 excited adult LEGO enthusiasts from 8 different countries went to Billund to hold their first Christmas party at LEGO House. After such a great event there is no doubt -a new tradition has been founded! Andres Lehmann from Zusammengebaut.com and Michael Friedrichs from Promobricks.de were among the participants and we have been permitted to publish their review of the event: http://zusammengebaut.com/gruss-aus-dem-lego-house-in-billund-40579/ and https://www.promobricks.de/afol-julefrokost-event-im-lego-house-in-billund-bericht-und-bilder/48919 as well as a report about the new 10260 Downtown Diner that was presented by the LEGO Designer at the Christmas Party http://zusammengebaut.com/lego-downtown-diner-10260-mike-psiaki-im-interview-40629/ The evening was a lot of fun for all participants as well as us as hosts and we are looking forward to the 2018 version of this activity. All the best, Astrid Mueller, Senior Event & Tour Manager in LEGO House and Jan Beyer, Community Manager LEGO System A/S
  4. I hope many of you join this cool competition! Check it out! What would you build from an endless supply of LEGO bricks? We’ve had entries ranging from a treehouse to a full size unicorn, and even a portal to a LEGO universe. Winners of the contest will get a full expense paid trip to the LEGO House and enjoy it all to themselves for a whole night. They will sleep in a dream LEGO bedroom under a giant LEGO waterfall and create their winning entry with the skillful support of the host, Jamie Berard, one of the finest Master Builders in the world and a true expert of the brick. Enter your idea here: https://www.airbnb.com/night-at/lego-house/ Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJca_CD2lsU&t=6s
  5. A night @ the LEGO House

    Dear all, I am happy to announce a pretty cool competition the LEGO House is running together with AirBnB and the prize is a night at the LEGO House. I think this is a pretty cool thing for AFOLs so feel free to participate and share. You can find all information in the attached file and using this link https://www.airbnb.dk/night-at/lego-house. Good luck! Night @ LEGO House Press Release ENG.docx
  6. Hi all, today we had around 600 AFOLs (including over 80 Ambassadors) from almost 40 different countries participating the LEGO House AFOL Opening - it was really a blast. It went really smooth and was an amazing experience for all AFOLs as well as the LEGO House Staff, Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, Jørgen Vig Knudstorp, Bali Padda, the DCE Leadership Team as well as all LCE team members present. We had all such a great time and I got plenty of very positive comments and saw plenty of very happy faces so it was a true mindblowing experience. Now most of the AFOLs and even some more (yes, you read right - there are over 700! registered participants) enjoy the Skærbæk Fan Weekend here in Denmark and will turn this into the most international AFOL driven event worldwide. So I wish us all here present a great weekend of LEGO brick fun and all others a great weekend and hope you are able to join in the future!
  7. Today we concluded our first week of team meeting (it is great to have Paul and Jacky in Billund) with participating in the AFOL test visit @ the LEGO House. Over 200 AFOLs from 8 different countries visited the LEGO House to give the staff an experience how AFOLs act and react as well as experience the LEGO House. It was a truely great activity and all sides were very happy and had a lot of fun. I am so excited to get to the AFOL opening in September with over 600 AFOLs - it will be so much fun! I hope to welcome many of you to the opening or in the time to come in the LEGO House - an exceptional LEGO Brand experience!
  8. New LEGO House Website is live!

    Posted by Jan Beyer on February 10th 2017 The new LEGO House website is live so check it out! It tells you a lot about the exciting content of the LEGO House as well as news around the LEGO House are shared here. https://wwwsecure.lego.com/en-gb/legohouse