Are you a LEGO fanatic?
Don’t miss HOUSE OF DOTS at Coal Drops Yard! This interactive installation is designed by Camille Walala and has been built with the help of 180 children and a group of passionate adult LEGO fans. The installation is a teaser for LEGO® DOTS – Lego’s new 2D tile play concept.
Everything in the house – from the walls and floors to the rugs and furniture – has been customised in a mashup of LEGO DOTS. Journey through the living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and finally a DOTS DISCO room where you can bust some DOTS disco moves to a playlist from Ele Beattie.
You can get involved and make your own patterns and bracelets and take home what you’ve designed ahead of the release of LEGO® DOTS in March. Plus don’t miss the 8ft slide at the end!
HOUSE OF DOTS will be at Coal Drops Yard from 31 Jan until 2 Feb. Tickets are currently sold out on Eventbrite but keep an eye on our social channels in case any new booking slots are released. Limited walk-ins are available from 5 pm today. The installation is free to visit.
HOUSE OF DOTS fun facts
- + 2 million LEGO® tiles have been used to dot the installation
- + 150 square meters of DOTS feature inside the installation
- 180 creative children from Kings Cross Academy helped create the bespoke wall installation for Camille Walala’s DOTS kitchen design
- Eight passionate AFOLs (Adult Fans of LEGO building) helped dot the +150 square meters of Camille Walala’s detailed interior design including everything from rugs, artwork on the walls to plant pots and kitchen elements