Do something constructive with your time with the Lego Architecture series!
Fantastic for encouraging concentration, dexterity, and STEM skills, these spectacular sets let you piece together famous structures, monuments, and cities from the real world. What's more, each box includes a premium Lego booklet giving detailed information about the original building’s design and history. In short, it's a dream ticket for any building buff!
Lego Architecture Studio is the ultimate Lego set for any junior architect. Let your imagination run wild – and make hundreds of original designs—with its 1210 white and transparent building blocks (76 unique shapes included). This set also includes a fantastic 272-page guidebook co-written by several prominent architects. It’s packed full of inspirational building tips, tricks, exercises, and projects. Due to its enormous educational potential, this product has been endorsed by famous architectural groups like REX, Sou Fujimoto, SOM, and Safdie. Release your inner creativity and start building your dream structures today with this incredible Lego collection!
Start spreadin’ the news! You can have your very own New York cityscape adorning your room thanks to Lego Architecture New York City. This superb 598-piece set includes the One World Trade Center, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building, and the Statue of Liberty. When fully built, it stands 10 inches high and 9 inches wide. The included Lego booklet lets you learn more about these iconic buildings and their intriguing history. Build your little Big Apple today!
Follow in the footsteps of Gustave Eiffel and build your very own Eiffel Tower! Built in 1889 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution, this world famous structure attracts millions of visitors every year. This quality model comes with 321 pieces and stands 12 inches tall when finished. Ideal for displaying in bedrooms, living rooms, or offices, it’s a must for any budding builder. Vive la France! Vive la Tour Eiffel!
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Originally posted on December 30, 2019 @ 10:38 am
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