Hands on with the Lego version of New York's iconic Flatiron Building

First seen way back in October of last year, Lego’s version of the Flatiron building—one of New York’s most iconic landmarks next to the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building—is finally available for those looking for a souvenir of the city, or to add to their Lego Architecture collection. »5/01/15 9:00am5/01/15 9:00am


Another Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece gets the Lego treatment

Even if architects like Marcel Breuer or Walter Gropius don’t sound familiar to you, you’ve probably heard of Frank Lloyd Wright. He’s a household name when it comes to architecture, and his Wingspread house, finished in 1939, is his latest masterpiece to be converted into the ideal Lego home for your minifigs. »4/27/15 11:25am4/27/15 11:25am

Fill the Gap contest aims to put Lego architecture in empty spaces

Earlier today, on the Lego Architecture Facebook page, a new building contest known as #FillTheGap was announced. By building a small model out of white and/or transparent Lego bricks, similar to those in Architecture Studio (21050), and photographing it into the backdrop of your town or city, uploading it to… »1/15/15 1:39pm1/15/15 1:39pm

180,000 pieces and 420 hours of work went into the Lego Taliesin West

On display in the pavilion of Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West home in Scottsdale, AZ until April of 2015, this gigantic model is impressive from every angle. Architectural artist Adam Reed Tucker spent 160 hours on research and design and then along with 30 local schoolchildren, who helped with assembly, spent… »1/13/15 1:40pm1/13/15 1:40pm

This Lego Lake Point Tower needs to be an architecture set

Great enough to slot right into the Architecture line, this set designed by Jens Ohrndorf is a fantastic thing. The building is a wonderful tribute to the luxury condos on Lakeshore drive in Chicago, IL. I'm really impressed with the use of minifigure hair and Medusa headpieces for the trees, that is super clever.… »12/05/14 5:28pm12/05/14 5:28pm

Gigantic Lego St. Pancras Station is 120,000 bricks of brilliant!

Warren Elsmore, a former IT consultant, gave up his job over a year ago to pursue his passion: Making badass buildings with Lego. His St. Pancras station build is incredibly detailed and quite impressive. It's made the rounds at Lego events and conventions around Europe and at 120,000 bricks, it's a pretty epic… »3/10/14 3:17pm3/10/14 3:17pm