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Summer 2019 LEGO Architecture sets
LEGO typically announces their Summer 2019 lineup at the Toy Fair event in Nuremberg, Germany. In last week’s event, they announced two additions to the LEGO Architecture series.
- #21045 Trafalgar Square, €79.99
- #21046 Empire State Building, €99.99
This marks the third time that the Empire State Building will be featured in the Architecture series, having already appeared in #21002 Empire State Building, and as one of the buildings in #21028 New York City. The new version is described as between 30 and 40cm (over 1 foot) tall, which is significantly larger than either of the earlier versions.
The LEGO Group is getting ready to release the first plastic LEGO toys made from plants. This is the first big step in their ambitious plan to shift to renewable materials for all their products by 2030. Brick Architect got an inside look at how they plan to achieve this goal, and their progress so far.
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.
A preview of the three new LEGO Architecture Skylines released in January 2017 featuring Sydney, Chicago, and London.
UPDATE: The #21029 – Buckingham Palace and #21030 – The United States Capitol Building sets went on sale September 1, 2016. At the Nuremberg Toy Fair, two additional new 2016 LEGO Architecture sets were...