Lego Introduces Frank Lloyd Wright Series
When I was very young I knew I wanted to be an architect, based mainly on the fact that I could build nearly anything out of Lego. It seems, though, I was working at a severe technological deficit. In the later days, sure, I had "space" lego and "train" lego... but this is a game changer. Legoland in Billund, Denmark faetures most of the Western European Cities built in Lego, now it seems most of Oak Park (Chicago) can also be built. Lego has introduced Frank Lloyd Wright Lego Sets. Oh what one could accomplish with the plastic Prairie Style morsels (complete with Gaelic detail, I'm sure). Now all we need to do is wait for the austere grey blocks of the Tadao Ando set, or the shiny silver bits of the Gehry Guggenheim set (for Gehry's early work just consult the bucket of what you already have).
Frank Lloyd Wright Lego Sets
Brick by brick, Lego has been building its way out of the near bankruptcy it suffered around the turn of the century. It has done this by a seemingly simple strategy — making awesome product after awesome product. Now it is releasing the almost ridiculously fitting Architecture series, beginning with the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection, six planned sets including the Guggenheim in New York and Fallingwater, the iconic cantilevered waterfall-house outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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