That’s what’s so heartening about the Bjarke Ingels Group design for the Lego House: It takes imagination and possibility, qualities that were once practically synonymous with Lego, and injects them into a real-world structure. There are fake plastic trees and a maze (something of a signature for BIG) in the Lego House design. I’m nearly 30 years too late for this zany ziggurat, and still I demand to be taken there immediately.
-What the Lego Company Can Learn From Its Own Lego House Museum
[Rendering: Lego Group]
Four utensils…still prefers to eat Cheerios with his hands
Mmm…pancakes and bacon.
Sous chef hard at work! (Don’t ask about the t-shirt).
(via The one supermoon shot from Washington you have to see - The Washington Post)
This chart from the World Bank’s latest International Comparison Project document depicts each country’s economy as a rectangle — GDP per capita on the vertical access and population on the horizontal axis. (via The World Bank summed up the entire global economy in one chart - Vox)
Lazy Saturday morning coffee
Number people who drowned by falling into a swimming-pool
Number of films Nicolas Cage appeared in
Correlations are strange
The #BigMaze at the National @BuildingMuseum (at National Building Museum)
Hugo’s morning Goldilocks routine
Out train-riding in Wheaton Regional Park
Boy with chair
Biked and wired this morning.