Bonus content for ‘The LEGO Architect’ book

To celebrate the release of The LEGO Architect, I am excited to share some free bonus content. This content is a natural extension of the content in the book, and I hope you enjoy it!

Nanoscale Prairie Home

This nanoscale LEGO model uses just 21 LEGO bricks. It is based loosely on Willits House. Built in 1901, it is one of the earliest examples of architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie style. This model focuses on the front facade and left porch of the home.

A Nanoscale Prairie style home built using just 21 LEGO Bricks.

A Nanoscale Prairie style home built using just 21 LEGO Bricks.


Microscale Neoclassical Monument

Build this tiny Neoclassical monument using just 32 LEGO bricks. This tiny model has a domed roof, columns and a triangular pediment. This model uses a railing to recreate four columns and a single part for the entire dome. You can use parts in different ways when you try building at a new scale.

Directions to build a Microscale Neoclassical monument.

A tiny Neoclassical monument that you can build using just 32 LEGO bricks.

DOWNLOAD LINK: THE_LEGO_ARCHITECT-Microscale_Neoclassical_Monument.pdf

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If you love these models, tell me! Please leave a comment below.

20 Responses

  1. Zak Hansen says:

    Love the book, and these microscale models! Is there anywhere I can find instructions for the others? Cheers!


    Come posso…DECUPLICARE…i modelli presenti sul libro…?

    • Tom Alphin says:

      The larger models in the book designed by LEGO Artists from around the world do not include instructions — very few builders produce instructions for the larger models which you will find photos of online or displayed at a LEGO convention. (Designing instructions is extremely time consuming.)

      You will need to “reverse engineer” the models from the photos if you want to build your own version.

  3. Autumn says:

    This book is so cool

  4. Marcus Joyce says:

    Hi Tom,

    I bought your book recently and was disappointed to not see the instructions for the building on the front cover. Do you have the instructions for that and also what additional bricks are needed (I have the Architecture Studio set)



    • Tom Alphin says:

      My book features LEGO models designed by many talented LEGO Artists. The model on the cover is not my design, which is why I’m afraid I can’t share instructions either. That said, you can certainly try to reverse engineer the model from the image!

      Good luck!

  5. Mike Marsh says:

    Just received my book and I am thrilled with it. I cannot wait to try some of the buildings out. Another brilliant book to add to my Lego Library!

  6. Edward says:

    I am very happy to know the website and enjoy.

  7. Fred says:

    Happu new year from France

  8. Gabriel Alain Veg says:

    Many thanks from France

  9. Luis Enrique Lopez says:

    Hi Tom,
    I´m a Lego fan and now I´m focused in Architecture with LEGO. I have bought you book “Lego Architect” and I think is the best book about this question.
    I love the building of the front page of the book. Do you know were I can find the instructions and list of parts?.
    Congratulations for your book.

    • tomalphin says:

      I did not design that model, and I do not have instructions or a partslist to share. I have asked the LEGO artist who designed that model about providing instructions, but I think he is too busy at this time.

  10. Viviano says:

    Thank you very much


    I bought your book and I can´t wait to have the LEGO Architect Studio Set for Christmas … 🙂 I can imagine what I’ll do with my son to the set, your book and these dossiers … Thanks Tom.

  12. Abbey says:

    It is nice of you to share it!Great one!

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