For lovers of Lego, this is a great piece of news. The historic Danish brand, still a family business, founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, and now helmed by his grandson, has presented a collection of furnishings and complements in wood using the form of the famous building blocks. The collection has been created in collaboration with Room Copenhagen.
A series composed of shelves, coat racks and frames made in FSC certified red oak, with dark or pale finish, featuring stackable modules just like the famous plastic bricks.
A return to the past, to the roots, because the founder of the famous brand began his career as a carpenter, making stools, ironing boards, ladders and toys in wood.
A line that can help us to rediscover the playful side of décor, with pieces to assemble and disassemble at will, any time the urge arises. At the moment the products have not been launched on the Italian market, but they can be purchased on the English website.
Photo © Courtesy Lego/Room Copenhagen