Lego have unveiled the concept art and laid the first bricks for the Lego Experience House in Denmark. I adore the design. It’s blocky and bright and makes some good building-block references without being obsessively Lego-themed.
This is the first place to make my travel list before it’s built.
Some blog-related excitement from my holiday: dropping in to see the building in my Landed post from way back in earlyblogtimes. Got to drag a fantastic local friend along with me too.
I’m almost back from my holiday, with every intention to come back to daily blogging tomorrow.
To see you through until then, here’s a photo from the trip: gum on a gum tree trunk in the hills near Yankalilla, SA.
When you’re a kid, visiting an amazing playground is the greatest experience ever. And these fantasy-themed playgrounds around the world have us wishing that we were kids again so we could run around in them like small, crazy people.
Never mind being a kid! The parkour practitioner in me wants to be all over these, especially the Spire Playground and the Rainbow Nest. Playgrounds have become one of the important places in my life again since I started learning parkour – they give access to a range of obstacles that aren’t often found, in a way that encourages light-hearted enjoyment of movement, which makes them perfect for practices.
The most fantastical playgrounds ever built