Paris is a classic destination for summer holidays. Let’s look back at recently retired LEGO Architecture set #21019 Eiffel Tower to see if it’s worth adding to your collection.
Let’s take a quick look at the recently retired Chicago Skyline to see if you should find a copy to add to your collection before it’s too late.
Brick Architect’s Hometown Landmark Contest brought in several great entries, and we have chosen a winner. Let’s take a closer look at the winning model!
Is it possible to bring one of the largest man-made structures in the world to life using just 551 small plastic bricks? This reviewer is skeptical.
How many ideas can award-winning LEGO artist Alice Finch fit into her new book The LEGO Architecture Idea Book? (Hint: it’s probably way more than you think!)
#21315 Pop-Up Book is the newest addition to the LEGO Ideas series, and will arrive in stores on November 1st. Let’s take a look at the upcoming set, and see if it has improved from the original submission.
Can 2018’s entry into the Modular Building series overcome our many worries about the set?
Build a LEGO model of your favorite building from your Hometown, and you could win a great prize in Brick Architect’s first LEGO building contest! Read on for the rules, and the prize you could win.
Let’s see if #21029 Buckingham Palace is a good introduction to the LEGO Architecture series for one of Brick Architect’s newer contributors.
Looking to add unique color combinations to your LEGO creations? Keep your eyes open and your camera ready to find all the inspiration you need!
Jeff Friesen first burst on the LEGO scene with his United States of LEGO series and his recreations of the works of street artist Banksy. Now, his incredible microscale cityscapes have captivated the AFOL community — Brick Architect spoke to him about his work.
Have you ever wanted to build a LEGO model, but just couldn’t get started? Maybe you just didn’t know what to build, or maybe you were afraid that people won’t like what you built. You are suffering from Builder’s Block, and we have the cure!