I-Beam Architecture designed this awesome residence for two “creative professionals” in New York. The architects maintained a minimal palette throughout most of the space to allow the clients’ creative impulses to really shine. The space offers huge, 500 lb sliding walls so they can rearrange the space as they see fit and left them wide, and white with lots of blank space for one of the clients to make her drawings, which she likes to create directly on the walls. Think of how amazing it’s going to look when they’ve lived there 20 years! The biggest visual pop in the space though, is the staircase railing, made from over 20,000 Lego bricks. This isn’t the first time we’ve all seen Legos being used in interiors, but I don’t think we’ll ever grow tired of them!