When we’re not busy bees scouring the planet for cool things to share with you, our dear readers, we’re usually playing with our LEGO sets. We love when other people play with LEGO in creative ways, whether it’s at the bus stop, at the church, or on the sides of buildings.
That’s why we’re in love with the world’s tallest LEGO tower, recently constructed in Seoul. 4,000 school children helped to build it to commemorate the company’s 80th anniversary. As we recently wrote about the What Design Can Do conference, making sure that play is a part of our urban lives enriches our spaces and our interactions. And what better way to do it than with the toy we all grew up loving?