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I’ve seen a few MOCs that really look great.
And it will look vvilla together with all the rest models in the series. As with every Architecture set I’ve built, we start with the base. I do, however, think Le Corbusier was something of a foregone conclusion for this line – as soon as the Farnsworth House set came out, I knew we’d see this set sooner or later, just to round out the “Big Three” of modern architecture.
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Le Corbusier on Wikipedia. The only other contemporary set they appear in is Sungnyemun. Villa Savoye at Centre instrucyions Monuments Nationaux. Somewhat disappointingly, this set doesn’t have any hidden features; it’s pretty much what-you-see-is-what-you-get.
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As I noted in my R2-D2 reviewthere’s a degree of colour inconsistency in the white pieces, most notable in the 1×2 bows, some of which seem to have a pearlescent sheen:. The left side gets the clippy treatment; large dark bluish grey plates firm up the base, providing further rigidity:. The plate-sandwich construction seems always to bow upwards at the edges; this seems to be a problem inherent in the LEGO plates themselves, and persisted no matter how careful I was during construction.
None of the bags contain ‘offspring’, as it were, and none are duplicates, hinting at little repetition in this build. I haven’t bought anything from the Architecture line for a really long time now.
At the rear, the grilled SNOTty section is, I think, meant to represent a row of windows, but it looks more like an oversized air-conditioning unit.
Vilka attention to detail in the Architecture books is outstanding. The model looks very true to the subject and seems like it will make a nice addition to the collection.
It’s a far less surprising choice if you think of it as a Le Corbusier building, rather than a Paris building, if that makes sense. The box’s left side shows two further views of the set: OK, I see where you’re coming from. At this point, I’d recommend pushing the pilotis up so that they sit flush with the upper floor. It’s a surprisingly large box. Next, the front terrace is completed with some more clippy detail, and the ground floor is finished using lovely dark green bricks with large trans-clear windows at the front.
Note that the 4L pole piece on the roof seems to lean forward slightly Is it a real coincidence or did I hear some information that I forgot thereafter? Two weak points in the construction also spoil it a little for me here. Finally, we are even provided with references for further reading! What a cool house by a very innovative architect, who lived way before his time. The LEGO Group has preserved a winning formula with the smart, attractive packaging of the latest in the Architecture line.
Now I just have to wait impatiently while it’s shipped to my door The set designer might have been better using three of these pieces instead of the round brick. From the official LEGO press release:. Posted September 2, One is the ‘floppy’ 1×12 plate I mentioned, which should connect at its far end to the ground floor, provided you remember specifically to push down on that one spot; the other is the leo plate at the front-right of the base, which despite having three layers of plates above it, is still only connected at front and rear, and legk come loose if you pick the model up by the front right corner.
Posted September 1, edited. And for the record, I don’t particularly care for Le Corbusier or most of the International Style either, but like you I figure I’ll still get instructiosn set anyway. These things get everywhere.