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.
Is this set containing 684 identical parts an exercise in frustration, or a meditative glimpse into the life of the professional LEGO Artist? Let’s find out if you should add this set to your collection!
Brick Loot is most famous for their LEGO-themed subscription boxes and having a child as the CEO. They also make a wide range of LEGO lighting products, including custom lighting kits designed for specific LEGO sets. Let’s take a closer look!
While the official LEGO Architecture sets focus on globally-recognized landmarks, many LEGO fans build intricate models of famous buildings from their home town. Let’s take a closer look at this custom LEGO set based on City Hall in Aarhus, Denmark.
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.
LEGO Tower is packed with details that will appeal to serious LEGO fans, but is it worth playing? Let’s find out!
Having just visited Australia for the first time, I was excited to see how well the Sydney Skyline set captures the feel of the harbor city, and it’s iconic Opera House.
Intrigued by the promise to store a very well organized LEGO collection in the minimum amount of space, I’ve given Papi Max StackX drawers a test drive in my home. Let’s find out if they would be a good match for your collection.
Assembly Square celebrates 10 years of the LEGO Creator Expert Modular Building theme. Let’s see how our writer Christine goes assembling this 4,000-plus piece set, as her first set from this theme.
Is a storage tower that was originally designed for Scrapbooking perfect for your LEGO collection? It might be!
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.
“Help will always be given at Hogwarts to those who ask for it.” With 6020 pieces, you might need help if you try to build #71043 Hogwarts Castle—it is the second largest LEGO set to date! Let’s find out if the LEGO model lives up to the wonders of its cinematic counterpart.