LEGO Architecture United Nations Headquarters Set

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Sure LEGO set out with the goal to takeover your kid’s playrooms, but over decades of dominance in the children’s sector, the brand has also done a solid job attracting adults to their range of products. The LEGO Architecture series is one of our personal favorite lines, and the LEGO Architecture UN Headquarters Set is the latest addition to the range.

Designed specifically for grown adults (although the little ones are more than welcome to take a stab at it), this 597 piece kit was designed to look like a scaled replica of the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. The building finished construction back in 1952, and was designed by Le Corbusier and Oscar Niemeyer.  Overlooking New York City’s East River, the building is quite a sight, and definitely deserves its spot in the iconic range of LEGO Architecture sets. [Purchase]

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