LEGO Architecture Series and House Sets - Fallingwater and more

LEGO Architecture Series and House Sets – Fallingwater and more

Updated: November 2, 2013

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LEGO Architectural Models - Guggenheim Museum and Falling Water
Image Source: Brickstructure.com

LEGO Architectural Models - Guggenheim Museum and Falling Water
Image Source: Brickstructure.com

LEGO Architectural Models - Guggenheim Museum and Falling Water
Image Source: Brickstructure.com

LEGO Architectural Models - Guggenheim Museum and Falling Water
Image Source: Brickstructure.com

Brickstructures.com has added two more architectural models – the Guggenheim Museum and Falling Water by Frank Lloyd Wright to their series of LEGO Architecture library. Online and mail orders available.

The LEGO© Group in collaboration with Architectural Artist Adam Reed Tucker of Brickstructures, Inc.™, Inc. are excited to unveil a new product line called LEGO Architecture. Throughout it’s 50 year history the LEGO Brick has always been associated with creative building. LEGO Architecture takes that initiative further by inviting children of all ages to build their favorite worldly architectural landmarks and structures.

It’s true what they say, size does matter. Lesson number one – always google for online reviews and the verdict? It looks better when kept inside the box.

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1 Comment

  1. Dustin K
    August 16, 2009

    who is gonna pay for a model that is 4 inches tall. What is that 36.5 legos? it is an interesting idea but maybe on a larger scale.

    Dustin Knotek ATA

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