Designed by Lego Artist Adam Reed Tucker, the Lego Architecture collection sets its sights on an older demographic of building block enthusiasts. Each set contains modified brick pieces and detailed instructions on how to create models of famous structures. The Lego sets fall into two categories: the Landmark Series and the Architect Series.
The first 10 sets include famous US landmarks such as the White House and Rockfeller Center. The Architectural series features residential and commercial structures including Frank Llyod Wright’s Guggenheim Museum and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House.
The latest set in the Architect series, released September 1st, is Wright’s Prarie style Robie House. Built in 1910, Robie House was designed 25 years before Wright designed Fallingwater (set released in 2010). The Robie House set includes 2,276 pieces and will set you back $199.99.
In addition to Robie House, Lego released its next set in the Landmark Series, Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate. This set contains 363 pieces and costs $34.99.
Do you have a suggestion for the next set in the Lego Architecture collection? You can submit a building or vote on popular suggestions on their website.