At a social media gathering event today, LEGO revealed some sets coming out in the fall assortment for LEGO Architecture. Here they are:
21042 Statue of Liberty
1685 pieces | Age 16+
119.99 (USD) 139.99 (CAD)
Available in June
Create an iconic symbol of freedomâ€”the Statue of Liberty!
Bring a symbolic centerpiece to your home or office with this LEGOÂ® Architecture interpretation of the Statue of Liberty, a perfect marriage of architecture and sculpture.
This impressive LEGO interpretation faithfully reproduces the monument’s harmonious blend of sculpture and architecture with its intricately detailed shield-lined pedestal, brick detailing and columned balconies. The beautifully crafted Lady Liberty statue features a flowing robe, broken shackles, 7-ray crown, iconic tablet and an upraised arm bearing a golden torch. Finished with an authentic sand-green and beige color scheme, and a decorative nameplate, this model delivers a highly satisfying building experience to all with an interest in architecture, travel, history and design, and makes a truly symbolic centerpiece for the home or office.
- LEGOÂ® Architecture interpretation of the real-world architectural landmark, the Statue of Liberty.
- Features an intricately detailed pedestal with shield & brick detailing, columned balconies, and a Lady Liberty statue with a flowing robe, 7-ray crown, iconic tablet and golden torch.
- LEGOÂ® Architecture celebrates the world of architecture through the medium of the LEGO brick, and is developed for all with an interest in travel, architecture, history and design.
- Measures over 17â€ (44cm) high, 5â€ (14cm) wide and 5â€ (14cm) deep.
Available exclusively in New York City on May 19th at the following locations:
Barnes and Noble
Mary Arnold Toys
LEGO Brand Retail Stores
LEGOLAND Discovery Center
The set with be release nationwide on June 1st at LEGO.com, LEGO Brand Retail Stores, and other participating retail locations.
21041 Great Wall of China
551 pieces | Age 12+
49.99 (USD) 64.99 (CAD)
Available in August
That is probably the best pedestal I’ve seen on any of the Statue brick builds I’ve seen. The pedestal is often overlooked, but when you are there it is a key part of the visit. Even the large brick built one in the Smithsonian didn’t do much there. I wish I could see the back foot though (another feature that is often missed).
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