An intricate skyline of Pittsburgh which aims to meet (or exceed) the high bar of official LEGO Skyline sets.
While February is often a quiet news month, we’ve collected our favorite LEGO news from around the web.
How LUGBULK works—and strategies for making the most of it!
LUGBULK allows members of a Recognized LEGO User Group to order LEGO in bulk. You need a strategy to make the most of this opportunity—this new article can help!
LUGBULK is an amazing opportunity for AFOLs, but it’s a slow and complex process with a number of restrictions. I just published a new article that explains what LUGBULK is, how you can get involved, and some strategies (and data) to help you make the most of it!
Another month, another roundup of the latest LEGO news at Brick Architect, and from around the web!
The first ever DUPLO Lunar New Year set includes a lot of new and interesting parts, a great value, and it’s a 2-in-1 for double the fun.
From fan submission to official LEGO Set—This blacksmith shop leans in to the classic castle theme (but slightly misses the mark).
Want to teach simple coding concepts to young kids using DUPLO? Coding Express includes everything you need—we’ll explore whether it’s a good fit for your classroom or home.
Most Common DUPLO Parts
Ever wondered which DUPLO parts are the most common? With a 2-year old in my house, I’ve decided to take a closer look at DUPLO this year.
Ranking assumes that you bought one of every DUPLO set released in the past 5 years and sorted the pieces by part. With so many fewer DUPLO sets every year (and so many fewer parts-per-set) that’s fewer than 8,000 pieces. More surprisingly, there are only 16 unique parts which you would have in quantities of 50x or more.
While the new year can’t fix all of the challenges we faced in 2020, at least we have some exciting new LEGO news to share!
A playable LEGO Piano–or maybe not quite? Let’s see why this massive LEGO set aimed at AFOL’s keeps selling out!
A beautifully detailed 1940’s era police station, a tone-deaf product release on the heels of BLM protests, or maybe both? Let’s take a closer look at the latest addition to the Modular Building Series.
The Holiday Home is an iconic set from 1983. In this article, we’ll review this set and all six alternative builds while reflecting on how LEGO sets have evolved in the past 37 years!