LEGO Architecture Great Pyramid of Giza (21058): Cross-section Comes As Standard 

Since its introduction in 2008, LEGO Architecture has had nearly every iconic and historic building covered. There is the Empire State Building, London’s Trafalgar Square, and the modern marvel, the Burj Khalifa. We heard, soon another (bigger) version of the Eiffel Tower will be joining too. But first, one of the most mysterious and oldest …

LEGO Architecture Empire State Building Set Towers At 21 Inches Tall

Arguably one of the most iconic skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan, New York, is the nearly 90-year-old Empire State Building. Being a historic building, Empire State Building is certainly no stranger to LEGO sets. It was a simple LEGO architecture set and later, part of the New York City skyline set, but none of those do …

London’s Trafalgar Square Officially Joins The LEGO Architecture Lineup

Usually, LEGO will push out press release to announce new sets, but today (or was it yesterday?), the Danish toy maker has taken to Facebook to reveal a new LEGO Architecture set, the LEGO Architecture 21045 Trafalgar Square. Not by a Facebook post though; LEGO has published an event as a “LEGO Architecture Trafalgar Square …

LEGO Architecture San Francisco Skyline Features A New Landmark

Now, here’s a new LEGO Architect set that will not appeal to old schoolers. We are talking about the new LEGO 21043 Architecture San Francisco. The set, as the name implies, features the familiar San Francisco skyline, or should I say, an updated San Francisco skyline which now includes the newly minted, towering Salesforce Tower …

LEGO Marvel Sanctum Sanctorum (76218): Just Like The Real Deal But With Smaller Floor Area

If you are more of an architecture person even when it comes to Marvel comics and Marvel Cinematic Universe, then here’s the perfect, possibly iconic in the modern sense, architecture that will soon join your Avengers Tower and Daily Bugle buildings. Folks, this is the LEGO Marvel Sanctum Sanctorum (76218), Doctor Strange‘s habitat.