First, children watched the video explaining how LUX works. LUX pieces snap together easily and they're ideal for creating moving structures with it. Then, children created "bracelets" of 5- and 6 LUX-pieces.
Later on, in small groups, they built these rings together into one big structure resembling a ball. What is it? It's the truncated icosahedron.
The workshop was held by Kristof Fenyvesi.
As a break inbetween, children played with the puzzle game Smart Egg.