Architecture buffs will have a blast with these unique LEGO sets of world famous buildings. Pay tribute to some of the world's greatest structures and make a fine addition to your desk, office or playroom with these unique LEGO Architecture sets. Now you can recreate your favorite buildings such as the White House, Eiffel Tower, Trevi Fountain and even the Seattle Space Needle with LEGO bricks. LEGO Architecture celebrates the past, present and future of architecture through the medium of the LEGO Brick.
Replicate the home of the President of the United States with this 560 piece LEGO Architecture set. The White House in Washington DC was designed by James Hoban. The assembled LEGO White House model stands 9" (22 cm) wide on a base with printed name label and includes a booklet with facts about the building, its construction and its history.
The Architecture set of the famous Eiffel Tower in Paris has 321 LEGO pages. One of the most iconic landmarks ever constructed was originally designed and built by French entrepreneur Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 Worlds Fair. The original structure is 324 meters tall; the LEGO model is over 12" or 31cm high.
Construct a detailed LEGO brick model of the world famous Trevi Fountain, the largest fountain in Rome. The fountain was originally designed by Nicola Salvi and took 30 years to build. This LEGO Trevi Fountain set consists of 731 pieces and should take you a bit less to put together. The intricate LEGO model of this iconic symbol of Rome incorporates features such as the façade of the Palazzo Poli, the statues of Ocean, Abundance and Health, plus translucent blue water-effect LEGO bricks.
This LEGO version of the UN Headquarters on the banks of the East River in New York City consists of 597 pieces and is 5" (14cm) high. Designed mainly by Le Corbusier and Oscar Niemeyer, the cornerstone was laid in 1949 and it was completed just three years later.
Replicate the world famous landmark with only 57 LEGO bricks. Created for the 1962 World’s Fair, this sweeping futuristic tower is the fourth in the LEGO Architecture Landmark series of real-world construction models. This LEGO Space Needle makes a fun little display piece or souvenir of Seattle.
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright from 1916-1922, the Imperial Hotel of Tokyo, Japan was commissioned to bridge the divide between the Western and Eastern worlds. This highly detailed LEGO model of 1188 pieces captures all of the distinctive features that made the Imperial Hotel an architectural landmark for generations.
Now you can build the world's most famous tower with LEGO bricks. The instructions and enclosed booklet tell the story of the Tower's fascinating history and how the 56 meter building began its journey into architectural history. This LEGO Leaning Tower of Pisa Architecture model makes a distinctive and fascinating addition to any desk, living room or bookshelf.
This masterpiece of expressionist architecture is the vision of young Danish architect, Jorn Utzon, whose unique interlocking vaulted ‘shell' design beat 933 competitors from 28 countries to win an international design competition held by the New South Wales Government in 1959. If you want to build a more elaborate version of this iconic building you can also check out LEGO Creator Expert Sydney Opera House, a set that contains 2989 pieces and recreates the building with unmistakable roofline in even more detail.