LEGO, the iconic Danish brand, has transcended its identity as a children’s toy to become a significant medium in the applied and decorative arts. These interlocking plastic bricks, introduced in 1949, offer endless possibilities for functional design and aesthetic appeal. Each LEGO piece is an exercise in precision engineering, embodying the principles of applied arts through its functionality and interoperability. At the same time, LEGO sets have evolved to include intricate designs that replicate architectural masterpieces, abstract structures, and decorative motifs, celebrating creativity and craftsmanship that resonates with both novice builders and professional artists. In the realm of decorative arts, LEGO acts as a canvas for expression, where colour, form, and texture coalesce to create miniature sculptures and elaborate displays, echoing the meticulous nature of traditional design disciplines.