Whether you are passionate about soccer or a connoisseur of architecture, you will love the new LEGO 10284 Camp Nou FC Barcelona Set. That’s right, folks. It is another exciting soccer stadium, this time, it is a tribute to the iconic stadium that is home to one of football’s greatest teams: FC Barcelona.
LEGO 10256 Creator Taj Mahal is a ridiculously detailed set. But do you know what’s ridiculous about the set too? The price. Then again, that is a retired product anyways. Thankfully, for those who do not have deep pockets and/or have missed out on the opportunity, there is the LEGO 21056 Taj Mahal Building Set.
Very rich fans of Aston Martin will be delighted that 130 William is offering five fully furnished exclusive Aston Martin homes. The five units are located on the 59th and 60th floors of 130 William.
I think, by now, most people would have heard of the latest Apple retail store in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. For those who don’t already know, that is the third Apple retail store in Singapore. What makes this store such a surprise is, it is the third store for a country with under 6 million …
The concept of floating hotel is not new, but Anthenea takes it to the next level by giving you a floating… hotel suite. It is literally a floating room on its own, far from annoying fellow human beings including, ermm, housekeepers?
Judging from the response of some people during this pandemic, we can safely assume that nobody even cares if there was going to be an apocalypse. But that’s just some people. In case you do care, you may want to be prepared like Colin Furze whom have built an underground apocalyptic bunker in his backyard.
This LEGO model is based on the Milwaukee Art Museum designed by Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava. Created by LEGO Ideas member vidaandras, this LEGO MOC Milwaukee Art Museum is carefully thought out model that will have opening and closing wings just like the real deal.
This is not the time to travel for obvious reasons. But you don’t need to sacrifice your need to travel. Just Google and enjoy the images as if you were in the middle of Shibuya or flying over the 7-star Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel.
While some buildings can be dull or even ugly, some can be thought-provoking—so much so that they will be deeply ingrained in our memories after just a fleeting glance. You’d think that you’ve seen pretty much every iteration or configuration out there, but there might be a few that you’ve yet to see.
Have you ever come across some work of art that, after viewing, kind of leave you feeling breathless? I have never… but that’s until today when I saw this piece called SPQR by freelance LEGO artist Rocco Buttliere.