Gallery: NPIRE Uses 55,000 LEGOs To Create a Funky Pixelated Wall

Creative agency NPIRE recently outdid themselves by using 55,000 LEGOs to build a nifty room divider for their Hamburg office. The LEGO wall works to separate the kitchen and the hallway, hiding away dirty dishes and food leftovers, and looks insanely cool to boot. While we do wish that they'd reused all old LEGOs instead of buying new ones (they used some recycled ones and about 80 fresh packs), we're impressed that the playful pixelated wall can always be taken down and reused for a number of other purposes.

To make the striking dividing wall, staff at NPIRE brought their own childhood LEGO bricks and mixed them with about 80 new packs. Using assorted colored blocks they created a playful pixelated design that is both happy and useful. The use of LEGO bricks gives the team the freedom to rearrange or dismantle the wall leaving no trace in the rented space, as well as reuse them for another project.

The finished 3 foot wide, 2,80 high wall has an arched entrance to the kitchen and the company’s logo even acts as a window to peek through. The LEGO wall ended up costing 2,500 Euros and was slowly built throughout one year. Creative yet functional, the wall is now a big feature in the office representing the company’s creative approach while hiding the kitchen’s chaos in an innovative way.


Photo © NPIRE


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  1. Tony Estes November 21, 2014 at 7:43 pm

    Can’t talk my wife in to letting me and our daughter give this a try.Love it!

  2. johannahon March 25, 2012 at 5:13 am

    if you think that’s impressive, James May once built an entire house out of lego 😉 wasn’t very livable, but it definitely was GORGEOUS!

  3. gmaids March 13, 2012 at 7:14 pm

    Wow, totally worth the time effort. I need one for our office.

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