The Summer 2018 LEGO Architecture sets are almost here. Let’s look at how these additions to the Architecture series bring the product line in new directions.
Welcoming contributor Christine Coste
Christine is our third writer, joining us from New Zealand. She was re-introduced to LEGO through her two daughters, whose fondness for LEGO Elves, Friends, and Disney Princess sets has brightened her LEGO color palette considerably. She works as a town planner and with her husband’s background in Architecture and a shared interest in history she has had the opportunity to visit many of the world’s greatest landmarks.
Let’s take a detailed look at this premium Minifigure display case by iDisplayit, which is featured in The LEGO Storage Guide. Maybe it would be perfect for your collection?
LEGO Brick Labels 3.1
Version 3.1 focuses on two things: New parts released since last fall, and “common” parts which were missing from the collection. (This included a lot of propeller parts which are quite common, but were not included in the collection until now.)