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LEGO Architecture

The connections between LEGO bricks and the world of architecture are indisputable, which was confirmed in the 1960s when LEGO launched its “Scale Model” line. Decades later in 2008, ‘Architectural Artist’ Adam Reed Tucker partnered with LEGO Group to revive the idea and together they launched LEGO Architecture; micro-scale, buildable models of architecturally significant buildings from around the world. To date, 23 sets have been released and 10 special editions, ranging in focus from the Geisel Library in San Diego, California and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, to Big Ben in London, The United Nations Headquarters in New York City and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Each set includes all structural materials and building instructions as well as a premium booklet with information and images of the building.

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