#21321 LEGO Ideas International Space Station
LEGO fans just can’t get enough Space sets, which is why nobody should be suprised by the warm welcome for the latest addition to the LEGO Ideas series.
Reviewers agree—this is a really detailed model with tons of details in the core Habitation Module and Solar Array, not to mention the satellites and tiny brick-built Space Shuttle.
Brick Architect doesn’t have a copy yet, but you will find reviews at:
In the New Elementary review, you will find a complete list of printed parts (there are many), and existing parts available in new colors.
LEGO sets its sights on a growing market: Stressed-out adults
ɴᴇᴡ: LEGO Brick Labels 3.3
This update includes popular new elements from late 2019 and a few extremely useful parts which were just introduced in 2020.
This update also adds some older parts which have continued to grow in popularity over time, and some of the parts requested by Brick Architect readers like you. Thanks for your support!
This brightly colored addition to the LEGO Architecture Skyline set is jam packed and includes a lot of printed parts, but how does it compare to other sets in the series?
The modern city that blossomed in the desert, Dubai has some amazing architecture to explore. Let’s see how well it translates into the LEGO Skyline series.
It might be time to invite Mr. & Mrs Gingerbread into your Winter Village. I promise it will be worth it—their home is delicious!
What can we learn from the initial photos of these two additions to the Skyline Series? We took a critical look at the photos so you don’t have to!
We’re in a golden age of amazing LEGO sets for all ages. While it’s hard to buy a bad set these days, we’ve highlighted the best sets you can buy right now, along with some other gift ideas for anyone on your shopping list.
This year, The LEGO Group introduced yet another new color—Vibrant Coral, a shockingly bright addition to the color palette which you can find in many new 2019 sets. We picked four sets which include most of the newly available elements, and prepared short reviews to help you decide which sets to add to your collection (or purchase just for the parts…)
Does a set containing an entire plaza belong in the LEGO Architecture series? Lord Business says yes (since there’s a LEGO Store nearby), but I’m not sure…
In the 12-year history of the LEGO Architecture series, only two sets were cancelled before widespread release. Brick Architect had the unique opportunity to review one of them.