Introducing the LEGO Parts Guide!
Understand how LEGO works and sort like a pro using this free guide — it’s like a dictionary of all the best LEGO parts.
I’m excited to launch a completely new experience here at Brick Architect! The LEGO Parts Guide is a well-organized, beautifully designed alternative to sites like Bricklink or Rebrickable when you just want to browse relatively common parts that are still being produced, without being bogged down in printed parts, extremely rare parts, or parts which retired two decades ago.
I built this initial version with two audiences in mind:
- Organizing your own collection — With just 13 top-level categories, it’s easy to get started in sorting your collection the Brick Architect way. As your collection continues to grow, sub-categories allow you to fine-tune your storage solution so you can find everything quickly.
- Understanding how LEGO works — As you explore the categories and sub-categories, the title and description for each folder teaches you about the various connection types, complex geometries, and other skills you need to learn on your road to a Master Builder.
This is also just the beginning — I’m eager to keep making this experience better by enhancing the page to learn more about each part, offering an easy way to print a LEGO Brick Label for a specific part, and adding more parts to the guide.
Your feedback will help me prioritize the most valuable improvements, so please leave a comment or email me your ideas!
Check out the LEGO Parts Guide by visiting https://brickarchitect.com/parts/ — Thanks!