November 26, 2012

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Donald M. Rattner.

It’s interesting to see what happens when you take a traditionally small design object and then blow it up to many times its conventional size. In the case of the classic LEGO® brick, the result is something both different and the same, as demonstrated by these new Room Copenhagen LEGO® Storage Bricks.

What’s clearly the same in the oversized versions is their interlocking capability. Like their diminutive counterparts these bricks can stack and join with each other to form larger compositions. Classic LEGO® colors, such as black, blue, yellow and white, are also recognizably consistent with their models. All this means you can build stuff that looks a lot like classic LEGO® – only much, much bigger.

But the real news is that these bricks are in fact cleverly designed storage bins. Pop off the lid, and inside is a generous amount of space for storing all sorts of stuff, including your LEGO® collection! Available for purchase in multiple sizes here. Circular storage heads add a dash of whimsy and can be found here. Hope you like it. And that you had a happy thanksgiving.

How totally fun are those?! I want. Did you see Sebastian Bergne’s greenhouse made from Legos? So cool!

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