Who invented LEGO blocks?

Answer LEGO blocks were invented by Ole Kirk Christiansen's company, LEGO, which began producing interlocking plastic blocks in 1949. Prior to producing LEGO blocks, the company produced wooden blocks and... Read More »

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Who invented LEGO building blocks?

Hilary Fisher of the British company Kiddicraft invented self-locking plastic building blocks, receiving his first patent for the blocks in 1947. Ole Kirk Kristiansen, of the Danish company LEGO, b... Read More »

In what country were lego blocks invented?

Ole Kirk Christiansen invented the first Lego blocks in 1932 in Denmark. Christiansen took the name "Lego" from the Danish words "leg godt," which means "play well." The inventor was unaware that t... Read More »

Who produced LEGO blocks and when?

LEGO blocks were produced by LEGO, founded by Kirk Christiansen in 1932. LEGO began producing plastic blocks in 1949 that were available only in Denmark; the currently used stud-and-tube coupling s... Read More »

How big are the Lego Large Duplo blocks?

The Lego Duplo Large Brick Box of interconnecting Lego pieces are designed for children age 1 1/2 to 5 years of age. Each piece is large enough to not pose a choking hazard. Sizes of the individual... Read More »