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Lego Turkey offices

Lego has opened its first offices in Turkey

When it comes to design offices (opens in new tab), the kind of bland decor that other professionals have to suffer just won't cut it. To truly drive creativity, you need your employees to be surrounded by inspiration ranging from office murals (opens in new tab) to inventive furniture design (opens in new tab).

Istanbul architectural studio O.S.O Architecture (opens in new tab) got the sweet job of designing Lego's first offices in Turkey, and we love what they've done with the place. It's the perfect environment for any fan of Lego art (opens in new tab).

Minifigure fun

"Highly 'compact' and designed in accordance with an intense requirement programme, the spaces have been generally planned in an open-office construction to relieve the intensity," OSO explains. "The entrance hall and the ceiling of the reception have been designed in 'Lego Brick' form.

"In addition, 'Lego Minifigures' have been used both on the walls and also glass partitions. The historical photographs of the company founder, the first employees of the manufacturing plant and the very first production stage have also been used.

"Lego’s corporate colours have been used on different surfaces and in different forms throughout the office." Take a look at some up-close snaps below.

Lego Turkey offices

Lego Turkey offices

Lego Turkey offices

Lego Turkey offices

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Sammy Maine was a founding member of the Creative Bloq team, working as a Commissioning Editor. Her interests cover graphic design in music and film, illustration and animation. Since departing, Sammy has written for The Guardian, VICE, The Independent & Metro, and currently co-edits the quarterly music journal Gold Flake Paint.