The Weekend has been quite rich in terms of revelations about new summer sets. Let’s have a look this time at the Architecture theme which presents for now two new Models: The Great Wall of China (21041) and the Statue of Liberty (21042).
Both models need no kind of presentations and in terms of size we are in presence of two big sets: the first one will have five hundred and fifty pieces and the second, around one thousand and seven hundred bricks. Both sets will be available next summer with prices around, respectively, the sixty and hundred and ten bucks.
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A new Architecture set, Las Vegas, has been revealed and will be composed by some iconic buildings namely the Stratosphere, the Tower Luxor Hotel, the Mandalay Bay Hotel, the Encore Hotel, the Fremont Street Experience and of course the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, in a total of four hundred and eighty seven pieces.
I’m not particularly familiarized with Vegas, but it surely looks pretty nice and the big tower looks real cool. The welcome sign with a bit of sand around gives also to the buildings a nice and realistic look. The set should be available on stores soon with a price around the forty dollars.
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The new Architecture set, Shangai has been officially unveiled. With almost six hundred pieces the set contain five buildings of different sizes. From left to right: Longhua Temple, the Bund waterfront area with the Radisson Hotel Shanghai New World just behind, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center and finally the Center Building.
According to the Shangai Lego store, the set will be available in their shelves next December 2nd and in the beginning of January on General retail. Can’t wait to see more pics as well as a few more Architecture sets!
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A single picture with a new Architecture set, the Lego House, has been found and according that the new and real Lego House will open next September in Copenhagen, it is possible that we’ll see all the major details in a couple of weeks or even sooner.
The set box art shows a pretty colored building with lots of different levels, areas and colors, including some blue ladders, suggesting that there will be plenty of different zones, clearly identified by all those different colors.
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A new Architecture set, the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum has been unveiled in a Lego Catalog. As you probably now, this building is an art Museum in New York and according to the available pictures, I would say that is pretty close to the reality.
The exact piece count is not available yet but it definitely looks big, around seven or eight hundred pieces, which according to the theme puts it in a price range between the fifty and sixty dollars, which is absolutely a really interesting deal.
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