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What's it like at your office? Do you have a door you can close? Are you on the shop floor? Or maybe in an open office?
For 500 workers at Lego A/S, the new office comes with figures to stake out differnt "neighborhoods," and the entrance is made using facsimiles of the Lego brick. The company marked the opening of the first of two buildings at its new headquarters in Billund, Denmark, at the end of October. The inspiration for the buildings came from a painting of a boy holding up a building made of Legos. So the company leaned into the image of the iconic toys in designing the buildings. There's even what appears to be two giant bricks on the roof, hanging out at an 90 degree angle.
Our sister publication Plastics News Europe has more, or you can check out Plastics News Now when it's posted later today.