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Lego Architecture Series —All of the Landmark, Architect & Skyline Sets

Updated on January 06, 2017

32 Sets and Counting...

Since its debut in 2008, Lego has continued adding to the Architecture Series which showcases some of the world's most famous structures. The buildings are further subdivided into three smaller series: the Landmark Series, the Architect Series and the Skyline Series (new as of 2016). The main difference between the first two is whether the single structure is better known as a "city icon" or for the architect who designed it whereas the Skyline series highlights a number of famous structures.

Currently, there have been 7 Architect, 18 Landmark and 3 Skyline sets released. In addition, there are several Limited Edition Sets, a Visual Guide and the 2013 Studio set (yes, we detail those here too). Unlike most other sets, these Lego architecture sets primarily use the smaller "plate" pieces rather than the larger "brick" pieces which result in a very compact, yet highly detailed replica designed to scale.

This series is an excellent way to enjoy and showcase some of the world's most famous structures whether or not you ever get a chance to actually visit them in person! Below you will find details on each set - both the history behind the actual building and the specs on the new Lego sets representing them.

We have included all of the sets below for you to see; however, please note that some of these are already retired. This means they are no longer being manufactured or sold by Lego and are only available on the second-hand market. If you are looking to begin or add to a Lego Architecture Series, keep in mind that others will continue to retire as time goes on. Once retired, sets can be very difficult (and expensive) to acquire.

All in all, this is one of Lego's most popular lines and we hope to continue adding new sets to our collection here as Lego continues to release more of these iconic structures.

Lego Architecture Series Outline:

  • 2008 - Sears Tower (later changed to Willis Tower in 2011) - Retired
  • 2008 - John Hancock Center - Retired
  • 2009 - Empire State Building - Retired
  • 2009 - Seattle Space Needle - Retired
  • 2009 - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - Retired
  • 2009 - Falling Water - Retired
  • 2010 - White House
  • 2011 - Rockefeller Center - Retired
  • 2011 - Burj Khalifa - Retired
  • 2011 - Farnsworth House - Retired
  • 2011 - Robbie House - Retired
  • 2011 - Brandenburg Gate - Retired
  • 2012 - Sydney Opera House - Retired
  • 2012 - Big Ben
  • 2012 - Villa Savoy - Retired
  • 2012 - Sungnyemun Gate - Retired
  • 2013 - Leaning Tower of Pisa - Retired
  • 2013 - Imperial Hotel - Retired
  • 2013 - United Nations Headquarters - Retired
  • 2014 - Eiffel Tower
  • 2014 - Trevi Fountain
  • 2015 - The Lincoln Memorial
  • 2015 - Flatiron Building
  • 2015 - Louvre Museum
  • 2016 - Burj Khalifa (Updated Design)
  • 2016 - Berlin
  • 2016 - New York
  • 2016 - Venice
  • 2016 - US Capitol Building
  • 2016 - Buckingham Palace

Other:

  • 2013 - Lego Architecture Studio (to design your own buildings)
  • 2014 - Lego Architecture: The Visual Guide (book)
  • Special Editions (see below)

Of course, in the coming years, we hope Lego adds many more buildings to this series as there are still many world icons that need immortalisation in Lego. I am particularly looking forward to the Coliseum, the Taj Mahal and the Pyramids!

What you get in the box...

Every Lego Architecture set not only comes with a building instruction manual and all of the required pieces but it also comes with another book with information on the original building, its construction and history. Every set also includes a "nameplate" piece with the building's name engraved on it for display.

Lego Sears (Willis) Tower
Lego Sears (Willis) Tower

Lego Sears Tower (Lego Willis Tower)

The Lego Sears Tower set (21000) was released in 2008, contains 69 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series. In 2011 this set was changed to the Lego Willis Tower following the building name change which occurred in 2009.

The Sears Tower was completed in Chicago, Illinois (USA) in 1973 where it became the world's tallest building for 25 years. It was originally designed for the Sears Robuck and Company, the world's largest retailer at the time.

The building has 110 stories, stands 1,720' tall to the tip of its highest antenna and has a floor space of 4,400,000 sq ft. The architect was Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP.

In 2009 the Sears Tower was renamed the Willis Tower due to a lease agreement with the Willis Group. The Sears/Willis Tower remains one of the most visit buildings in Chicago to this day as its sky deck offers stunning views of the city and Lake Michigan.

Lego John Hancock Center
Lego John Hancock Center

Lego John Hancock Center

The Lego John Hancock Center set (21001) was released in 2008, contains 69 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The John Hancock was completed in Chicago, Illinois (USA) in 1969 where it became one of the tallest buildings in the world at that time. It was originally designed for the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, a developer and original tenant. Today it is often known as "Big John".

The building has 100 stories, stands 1,506' tall to the tip of its highest antenna and has a floor space of 2,799,973 sq ft. The architect was Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP.

The John Hancock Building remains one of the most visit buildings in Chicago to this day as its "360° Chicago" Observation Deck which offers stunning views of the city and Lake Michigan.

There has been some speculation that Lego was legally required to remove the John Hancock Center from its lineup. It was the first set to be retired (rather shortly after its release) and is no longer showing on the Lego website as a part of the series.

Lego Empire State Building
Lego Empire State Building

Lego Empire State Building

The Lego Empire State Building set (21002) was released in 2009, contains 77 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Empire State Building was completed in New York City, New York (USA) in 1931 where it became the tallest buildings in the world for 39 years. It was originally designed for the Empire State Realty Trust. Today it is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World.

The building has 102 stories, stands 1,470' tall to the tip of its highest antenna and has a floor space of 2,768,000 sq ft. The architect was Shreve, Lamb & Harmon Associates.

The Empire State Building remains one of the most loved buildings in the United States and is considered an American cultural icon today.

Lego Seattle Space Needle
Lego Seattle Space Needle

Lego Seattle Space Needle

The Lego Seattle Space Needle set (21003) was released in 2009, contains 57 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Seattle Space Needle was completed in Seattle, Washington (USA) in 1962 for the 1962 World's Fair which was dubbed the "futuristic" fair. It was privately funded and after many set-backs was only completed one day before the opening of the fair.

The building has 60 stories, stands 650' tall to the tip of its lightening rod and has one main observation deck that still operates today. The architect was John Graham & Associates.

The Seattle Space Needle with its futuristic "flying saucer" design remains one of the most icon elements in the Seattle skyline and is a much loved tourist attraction.

Lego Guggenheim Museum
Lego Guggenheim Museum

Lego Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

The Lego Guggenheim Museum set (21004) was released in 2009, contains 208 pieces and is a part of the Architect Series.

The Solomon Guggenheim Museum building was completed in New York City, New York (USA) in 1959 for the Guggenheim Museum which specializes in Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, early Modern and contemporary art.

The building stands 92 feet high and has 51,000 square feet of gallery space. Designed by the famous architect, Frank Loyd Wright, the building itself is often referred to as the most important piece of art at the museum!

The Guggenheim Museum and its long, spiraling gallery is one of New York's top attractions, receiving over 1 million visitors a year.

Lego Fallingwater
Lego Fallingwater

Lego Fallingwater

The Lego Fallingwater set (21005) was released in 2009, contains 811 pieces and is a part of the Architect Series.

The Fallingwater vacation home was completed in Mill Run, Pennsylvania (USA) in 1939. Designed by famed architect, Frank Loyd Wright, the design graced the cover of Time Magazine in 1938 and has been considered the world's most famous private residence ever since.

Fallingwater is considered by many to be Wright's greatest achievement. The name comes from the fact that instead of designing the home to be built next to the running river with small waterfalls, he designed the home to be built over the river so the occupants would feel "a part of it".

Wright argued that hearing the falls beneath would be a better experience for the family than seeing them out the window. Today visitors can decide for themselves by visiting the home which has been turned into a museum and is one of Pennsylvania's top attractions even though it is set in a very rural area.

Lego White House
Lego White House

Lego White House

The Lego White House set (21006) was released in 2010, contains 560 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The White House was completed in Washington, D.C. (USA) in 1800, although construction began back in 1792 and other improvements have been added since then such as the Oval Office in 1909. The official residence and workplace of the President of the United States, the White House has been lived in by every American president except its first, George Washington.

The White House has 6 stories, a two-story basement, ground floor, state floor, second floor and third floor. This grand mansion boasts 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms, 8 staircases and 28 fireplaces!

Today the White House is one of the most recognizable American buildings worldwide.

Lego Rockefeller Center
Lego Rockefeller Center

Lego Rockefeller Center

The Lego Rockefeller Center set (21007) was released in 2011, contains 240 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Rockefeller Center was completed in New York City, New York (USA) in 1939 and is a commercial complex comprising 14 original buildings (19 today) - the largest private building project of modern times. Financed by the Rockefeller family and designed by architect Raymond Hood, the entire structure now covers 22 acres!

Within the Rockefeller Center, the GE building is the tallest at 872 feet with 70 stories. Each building however contains amazing details such as sculptures, rooftop gardens and of course the newer ice-skating rink in the lower plaza.

As such, the Rockefeller center remains a "must stop" for tourists from around the world visiting New York City today.

Lego Burj Khalifa (2011 edition)
Lego Burj Khalifa (2011 edition)

Lego Burj Khalifa

The Lego Burj Khalifa set (21008) was released in 2011, contains 208 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Burj Khalifa was completed in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) in 2010 and became the world's tallest building. Its "Y" shaped structure stands today as a testament to advances in architectural design.

The building has 160 stories, stands 2,722' tall to the tip of its peak and has a floor space of 5,670,000 sq ft. The architect was Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP.

The Burj Khalifa whose design is partially based on a local desert flower, the Hymenocallis, is a gracefully unified structure that makes the mind wonder what we will see next as man continues building.

The Burj Khalifa was the first non-US based structure in the Lego Architecture Series, although many others continued to come in the following years...

Lego Farnsworth House
Lego Farnsworth House

Lego Farnsworth House

The Lego Farnsworth House set (21009) was released in 2011, contains 546 pieces and is a part of the Architect Series.

The Farnsworth House was completed in Plano, Illinois (USA) in 1951. Designed by famed architect, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the house was built as a one-room weekend retreat along the Fox River. It is sometimes referred to as the "glass house" or "floating house" due to its cantilever design and large full-length windows.

Built under some large black maple trees, the house was designed to be both separate and connected to the landscape around it. Operated as a house museum today, the Farnsworth House is a prime example of the changes in architecture and design over time.

Lego Robie House
Lego Robie House

Lego Robie House

The Lego Robie House set (21010) was released in 2011, contains 2276 pieces and is a part of the Architect Series.

The Robie House was completed in Chicago, Illinois (USA) in 1910. Designed by famed architect, Frank Loyd Wright, the design poigently illustrates his tasteful prairie design work.

The Robie House was one of the first homes to use steel beams in its design which allowed for new and groundbreaking elements such as cantilevered balconies and large windows.

Wright argued that hearing the falls beneath would be a better experience for the family than seeing them out the window. Today visitors can decide for themselves by visiting the home which has been turned into a museum and is one of Pennsylvania's top attractions even though it is set in a very rural area.

Lego Brandenburg Gate
Lego Brandenburg Gate

Lego Brandenburg Gate

The Lego Brandenburg Gate set (21011) was released in 2011, contains 363 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Brandonburg Gate was completed in Berlin (Germany) in 1791 and today is one of the most famous landmarks in Europe.

The gate has 12 Doric columns - 12 on each side - which create 5 passageways, only the outer two of which citizens could use, the other 3 being reserved for royalty and other foreign dignitaries.

The Brandenburg gate was originally built as a sign of peace although it was badly damaged during WWII and was extensively restored in 2002, preserving its historical and cultural significance in Germany.

Lego Sydney Opera House
Lego Sydney Opera House

Lego Sydney Opera House

The Lego Sydney Opera House set (21012) was released in 2012, contains 270 pieces and is a part of the Architect Series.

The Robie House was completed in Sydney (Australia) in 1973. Designed by famed architect, Jørn Utzon, the Opera House which houses several performing groups is visited by over 7 million people each year making it the most visited spot in Australia.

The Sydney Opera House features three vaulted "shells" which can be seen as large "sails", blending in well with its surroundings on the Sydney Harbor.

Fortunately, the Sydney Opera House has a large pedestrian promenade surrounding it which helps with the massive foot traffic it gets each day from sightseers - some estimating over 100 million people since its opening!

Lego Big Ben
Lego Big Ben

Lego Big Ben

The Lego Big Ben set (21013) was released in 2012, contains 346 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

Big Ben was completed in London (England) in 1859 and is a part of Westminster Palace next to Westminster Abbey. The name Big Ben is actually in reference to the clock tower's largest bell although it is now commonly used to refer to the bell, clock and clock tower as a whole.

Big Ben stands 316' tall and is one of the most iconic structures in London, England and Europe as a whole. Its stone clad brickwork blending nicely with the buildings around it.

The great bells in the Big Ben clock tower can be heard all over London and it is one of the most visited spots in all of Europe today.

Lego Villa Savoye
Lego Villa Savoye

Lego Villa Savoye

The Lego Villa Savoye set (21014) was released in 2012, contains 660 pieces and is a part of the Architect Series.

The Villa Savoye was completed in Poissey (France) in 1931, just outside Paris. Designed by architects, Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret, the Villa is representative of modern architecture and one of the most recognized structures in the "International Style".

The Villa was raised a level to make the views from all four sides more impressive while the roof was designed as "functional" a rather new invention.

Today the Villa Savoye is a part of the French Register of Historical Monuments, the first "modern" structure to receive this designation and is open to visitors year-round.

Lego Leaning Tower of Pisa
Lego Leaning Tower of Pisa

Lego Leaning Tower of Pisa

The Lego Leaning Tower of Pisa set (21015) was released in 2013, contains 345 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa was completed in Pisa (Italy) in 1399 and is a part of the Pisa Complex, the bell tower joining the cathedral and baptistery on the same grounds.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa bell tower has 8 stories, stands 185' tall and is one of the most iconic structures in all of Italy and Europe for that matter.

The bell tower was never meant to lean but thanks to its narrow base and clay/sandy subsoil in the area it began leaning during construction and has continued to this day event though measures have been taken to stop/counter these effects. However, that is likely one of the reasons it remains one of the most visited structures in Italy today.

Lego Sungnyemun Gate
Lego Sungnyemun Gate

Lego Sungnyemun Gate

The Lego Sungnyemun Gate set (21016) was released in 2012, contains 325 pieces and is a part of the Architect Series.

The Sungnyemun Gate was first completed in Seoul (South Korea) in 1398 and then rebuilt in 1447. It is one of eight gates from Seoul's original fortress wall and considered the first National Treasure of Seoul.

Unfortunately, the gate's wooden roof was badly damaged in a fire in 2008; however, after extensive restoration was again opened in 2013 and remains on of South Korea's most visited structures.

Like the Hancock, there has been speculation that Lego was legally required to remove the Sungnyemun from its lineup. It also retired rather shortly after its release and is no longer showing on the Lego website as a part of the series.

Lego Imperial Hotel
Lego Imperial Hotel

Lego Imperial Hotel

The Lego Imperial Hotel set (21017) was released in 2013, contains 1188 pieces and is a part of the Architect Series.

The Imperial Hotel was completed in Tokyo (Japan) in 1923 as a luxury hotel for Western visitors situated next to the Imperial Palace.

Designed by famed architect, Frank Loyd Wright, the Imperial Hotel boasts 250 rooms, 5 ballrooms and 10 banquet rooms. Its shape, when viewed aerially, spells its initials "I" and "H".

The day the hotel was scheduled to open a major earthquake rocked Tokyo; however, thanks to Wrights excellent design it was one of the few buildings unaffected by the quake. Today the Imperial Hotel remains a structural highlight of Tokyo and Japan as a whole.

Lego UN Building
Lego UN Building

Lego United Nations Building

The Lego United Nations Headquarters set (21015) was released in 2013, contains 597 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Headquarters of the United Nations was completed in New York City, New York (USA) in 1952 and has been the official UN headquarters ever since.

The UN Building has 39 stories and was designed by an international team of architects including Wallace K. Harrison, Le Corbusier and Oscar Niemeyer. While the Secretariat Building with its wide glass windows is perhaps the best known, there are actually several buildings that make up the complex in addition to the iconic row of international flags.

In keeping with its purpose, the materials required for the UN building and its furnishings came from countries all over the world such as marble from Italy, limestone from the UK, and various woods from Canada, Belgium, Cuba, Guatemala, Norway, the Philippines, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Lego Eiffel Tower
Lego Eiffel Tower

Lego Eiffel Tower

The Lego Eiffel Tower set (21019) was released in 2014, contains 321 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Eiffel Tower was completed in Paris (France) in 1889 for the 1889 World Fair which also marked the 100-year anniversary of the French Revolution.

The tower stands 1,063 feet' tall to the tip of its tallest antenna. The commission for the tower's design was given via a competition and it was Gustave Eiffel’s plan that beat the other 106 entrants.

Although it met with much criticism at the time, the Eiffel Tower is now one of the world's most recognized and loved structural art pieces and countless tourists still visit the top every year.

Lego Trevi Fountain
Lego Trevi Fountain

Lego Trevi Fountain

The Lego Trevi Fountain set (21020) was released in 2014, contains 3731 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Trevi Fountain was completed in Rome (Italy) in 1762 and sits today at the junction of three roads (tre vie) as well as the terminus for the ancient Aqua Virgo aqueduct which supplies Rome with much of its water.

Built during the Renaissance, the Trevi Fountain stands an imposing 86 feet' tall and is 161' wide. The Trevi Fount receives almost 3,000 Euro in coins thrown into it everyday.

One of Italy's most visited attractions the Trevi Fountain has been restored several times and poses to remain a major gathering spot for locals and tourists alike.

Lego Lincoln Memorial
Lego Lincoln Memorial

Lego Lincoln Memorial

The Lego Lincoln Memorial set (21022) was released in 2015, contains 274 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Lincoln Memorial was completed in Washington, D.C. (USA) in 1922 where it still graces the West end of the National Mall and proudly memorializes the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln.

The Lincoln Memorial stands 99' tall and 190' wide. The primary architect was Henry Bacon, and the sculptor of the statue, Abraham Lincoln, was Daniel Chester French.

The roof of the Lego Lincoln Memorial lifts off to reveal the statue of Abraham Lincoln inside and is sure to be a main attraction in the Landmark series just as the real Lincoln Memorial attracts over 6 million visitors every year.

Lego Flatiron Building
Lego Flatiron Building

Lego Flatiron Building

The Lego Flatiron BUilding set (21023) was released in 2015, contains 471 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Flatiron Building was completed in New York (USA) in 1902 and is known the world over for its unique triangular shape that resembles and old cast-iron iron - hence the name.

The triangular building has 23 floors and was one of the tallest buildings in New York at the time of its construction. Located in Manhattan it has a prime location boardering Fifth Avenue, Broadway and E 22nd St - all major tourist attractions.

Still considered one of New York's most iconic buildings today, the wedge shaped structure is a delight to behold both in person as well as in Lego!

Lego Louvre Museum
Lego Louvre Museum

Lego Louvre

The Lego Louvre Building set (21024) was released in 2015, contains 691 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series.

The Louvre Museum was built as a Fortress in Paris (France) in the late 12th century and was later turned into the world's most famous art museum in 1692.

Over the years, the original fortress has undergone many renovations turning it into the iconic museum we all recognize today. This detailed Lego replica includes both the Pavillon de l'Horloge and the somewhat controversial I.M. Pei glass pyramid.

Housing the Mona Lisa painting by Leonardo DaVinci, the Louvre museum receives over 9 million visitors annually!

Lego Burj Khalifa (2016 edition)
Lego Burj Khalifa (2016 edition)

Lego Burj Khalifa

The Lego Burj Khalifa set (21031) was released in 2016, contains 333 pieces and is a part of the Landmark Series. This set is not to be confused with the 2011 Burj Khalifa set (20118) which only contained 208 pieces.

This is the first Lego Architecture set to be re-designed. The new, larger build is considered indicative of the direction future releases will take in this series. The new Burj Khalifa is currently the tallest architecure set yet released (15" tall) and is being praised for its attention to detail and intricate design which the majority of reviewers believe far surpasses the 2011 edition.

For more information on the Burj Khalifa and its history, please see the 2011 edition listed above.

Lego Berlin
Lego Berlin

Lego Berlin

The Lego Berlin set (21027) was released in 2016, contains 289 pieces and is a part of the Skyline Series.

The Berlin set contains mini models of 5 iconic structures including the Reichstag, Victory Column, Deutsche Bahn Tower, Berlin TV Tower and the Brandenburg Gate. In addition, three sections of the Berlin wall are included, grafitti and all!

Lego has announced that the entire Lego Skyline Collection will include true-to-life color buildings and intricate details worthy of these great cities, their history and the buildings most associated with them today.

Lego New York
Lego New York

Lego New York

The Lego New York set (21028) was released in 2016, contains 598 pieces and is a part of the Skyline Series.

The New York set contains mini models of 5 iconic structures including the Flatiron Building, Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, One World Trade Center and the Statue of Liberty. Together, these structures highlight one of the world's most famous skylines!

Lego has announced that the entire Lego Skyline Collection will include true-to-life color buildings and intricate details worthy of these great cities, their history and the buildings most associated with them today.

Lego Venice
Lego Venice

Lego Venice

The Lego Venice set (21026) was released in 2016, contains 212 pieces and is a part of the Skyline Series.

The Venice set contains mini models of 5 iconic structures including the Rialto Bridge, St. Mark’s Basilica, St. Mark’s Campanile, St. Theodore and the Winged Lion of St. Mark, and the Bridge of Sighs. Of course, Venice's iconic blue river and side canals are also represented in the great Lego set!

Lego has announced that the entire Lego Skyline Collection will include true-to-life color buildings and intricate details worthy of these great cities, their history and the buildings most associated with them today.

Thats It for Now - But You Can Still Start Your Own Collection...

LEGO Architecture 21019 The Eiffel Tower
LEGO Architecture 21019 The Eiffel Tower

Collecting Lego Architecture Sets is a fun and educational experience for children and adults alike. Some people go all out and get them all, others just the ones they have visited and still others build their favorite designs/landmarks.

Not sure where to start? We recommend THE BIG FOUR - the four greatest works from four of the world's largest and most recognizable locations: London, Paris, Rome (Pisa) and New York. That means you will be building Big Ben, The Eiffel Tower, The Leaning Tower of Pisa, and the Empire State Building.

Let us know how it goes!

 

NEW Poll...

Thank you to everyone who participated in our last poll which included all of the Lego architecture sets up through 2014. The results are in and the Robie House took the cake with 19% of the votes. The Imperial Hotel received 14% and the Guggenheim, Fallingwater, Villa Savoy and Trevi Fountain each came in with 10% respectively. Several others like the Leaning Tower of Pisa and Big Ben received a few votes to round out the poll.

However, we now have a NEW poll that reasks the question - Which is your favorite set? - but this time includes the newest sets released in 2015 and 2016. Which do you think will come out on top?

Which is YOUR favorite Lego Architecture Structure?

See results

Collecting the Entire Series...

The Lego Architecture Series one of the best Lego series to collect from a budget standpoint considering most of the Landmark building are in the $20-$30 range which is far cheaper than most Lego alternatives! In addition, because so many of these were cheaper to begin with, even retired they are still within most consumers reach. Last but not least, their size makes these Lego buildings perfect for displaying along a shelf, headboard, mantle, bookcase, etc.

Limited Editions & The Lego Architecture Studio

Over the years there have been several Limited Edition Architecture Sets released in this Lego line. The most notable are the 2013 Marina Bay Sands which was only released in Asia and the Lego House and Billund Airport which are only available in Billund Denmark where Lego was first created. Lego has also issued several "employee only" architecture sets of their various Lego buildings.

While most people can't get their hands on any of the above sets, the 2013 Lego Architecture Studio Set (21050) opens up a whole new world for Lego architecture lovers! This set contains 1,210 white and transparent Lego pieces that can be used to design your own favorite structures in Lego. Also included are a helpful sorting tray and 272-page guide book with lots of architectural details, history and inspiration! Happy building and collecting!

Content collected from 20+ years of personal Lego experience along with Lego books and sites. Many photos are from my own collection, others sourced from Amazon (affiliate status access) and/or other public domain images from sources/friends worldwide. Lego "artwork" created by individuals is specifically labeled.

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