This Human-Size Airbnb Is Made of 25 Million Lego Bricks

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Ed Sheeran isn't the only one building a Lego house these days. It turns out there's actually one in Billund, Denmark that you could have the chance to spend a night in. Ed not included.

Airbnb has partnered with this newly-built lego house, which offers approximately 129,000 square feet, has two bedroom, and is filled with 25 million bricks. The house will close to the public for one night only on November 24, as Airbnb is renting it out to one lucky family — for free. In order to enter the contest, families are asked to answer the question: If you had an unlimited supply of Lego bricks, what would you build? You can enter to win on Lego House's Airbnb page up until November 16 at 11:59 p.m. PST. And the best part? The winner will be flown out from anywhere in the world, for free. They'll have the opportunity to build their winning proposal with an unlimited supply of Lego bricks upon arrival, of course.

So what would your night at Lego House look like? First, you'd be greeted by Jamie Berard, an "experienced master builder and a true expert of the brick." For lunch, you'd build whatever you'd like to eat out of bricks, and your creation will be sent to the kitchen to be prepared into real food, which is then served by two robot waiters. Next, you'd have free time to check out the amazing space which includes sights such as the 'Masterpiece Gallery,' which is a showcase of Lego creations from fans around the world, and the basement, which has an exhibit on Lego history and the most iconic sets ever produced. At night, you'd have the option to sleep on a bed floating at the foot of a Lego waterfall (pictured above). Talk about once in a lifetime.

We thought we'd seen it all with these cabins made of glass, but a real life Lego house may just take the cake.

Carolin Lehmann is an Associate Editor at Hunker. She's a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism and has previously written for HuffPost, Seventeen magazine, and a variety of local news outlets. As a studio apartment dweller, she's always on the lookout for new ways to decorate a rental on a budget.

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