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LEGO Architecture Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (21004)

4.2 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

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  • Replica of real-world architectural landmark Solomon R. Guggenheim museum
  • Booklet included with details on design and history
  • Measures 4" (102 mm) tall
  • Perfect for any New Yorker, world tourist or architecture fan
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2009 marks the 50th anniversary of one of New York City’s best-known museums, the Solomon R. Guggenheim. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, one of the greatest architects of the 20th century, the museum opened just six months after he passed away. This intricately built LEGO model, co-developed and designed by architect Adam Reed Tucker, celebrates Frank Lloyd Wright’s innovative vision and organic architectural style. The assembled Solomon R. Guggenheim museum model stands 4" (102 mm) tall on a gray and black base with printed name label and includes a booklet with facts about the building, its construction and its history.

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Product Dimensions 10.3 x 2.4 x 7.5 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B002HFHFCC
Item model number 4643326
Manufacturer recommended age 10 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #161,674 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#5,078 in Toys & Games > Building & Construction Toys > Building Sets
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4.2 out of 5 stars 66 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

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By Jeremy Epstein on September 7, 2009
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I'm a major league Frank Lloyd Wright fan, as well as a Lego lover. But I was disappointed by this product - it's rather pricey, and the item is quite small (as a reviewer on another site mentioned, it's about the size of a US dollar bill, and about four inches tall.

The FLW Fallingwater model was much more interesting, and although more expensive is larger, more fun to assemble, and more true to the architecture of the place. Also, the Fallingwater model has a nice book that gives lots of details about the construction, while the Guggenheim model book has minimal information about the museum.
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I bought this for my 10-year-old son who's Lego crazy. Although it was a very simple project for him (It took about 10 minutes), at least it was something different from a Star Wars spaceship. The finished product is a nice keepsake with a nameplate, but it is surprisingly small (not even four inches tall) so it seems like a lot of money for something so small and easy to assemble, but it is one that will remain on display in my son's room. If you like Frank Lloyd Wright it is a cool change of pace as far as toys go.
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is look realistic. The LEGO people seem quite adept at circles, but not eccentric circles that veer off of the rudiments of plane geometry. Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim Museum on Fifth Avenue in New York City is a spiral; that was and is a large part of the building's distinctiveness and controversy. Care to verify? There are plenty of pix and a couple of top-notch drawings online. What LEGO has given us looks like a neatly arranged stack of dishes instead. Not realistic at all, nor worth the money IMHO.
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Yes, it is small. But if you read the description on the page, you will know how small it is before purchasing it. This was given to me this past Christmas since I love the entire Lego Architecture line and plan on getting all 12. This is my third one, the other two being Fallingwater and the Brandenburg Gate. It was easy putting together, though I once again had a couple tiny pieces left over (seriously, I check and double check when making these and have to assume there are extra pieces). Depending on what you want this for, it is worth the price. As I grew up in NYC, this is a nice little piece I can put on my desk or on the windowsill and just be reminded of the beauty of FLW's work. Seeing it on my windowsill as the snow falls outside just makes me smile.

Buy it if you love the work of FLW. Buy it if you like architecture.
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This is a great set and I love that it is a really good representation of the actual architecture. My only complaint (and I realize I could have figured this out pre-purchase had I carefully read the measurements) is that it is TINY! When spending $50+ on a Lego set I had a certain size in mind for the finished product and it is about a third of the size I had in mind. So it's a bit expensive for what you get, but still a good set.
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My 8-year old son has the whole Architecture LEGO series. He really enjoys buliding all different LEGO sets and the Architecture is his latest. We have every single set of this series (he is currently working on the Robie House), but he has all of them dispayed on shevles in his room. These sets have not been all that challengng for him as we thought they'd be since they are mostly geared toward the 10/12+ crowd, but each set comes with wonderful instructions and a book explaining the history of the building and he really enjoys looking at the boxes, book and his finished products! We are waiting for the release of Big Ben in June of 2012! I think that this is a great way to get kids to learn about some history while having fun building LEGO's...and our 130 lb. Rottie has got his teeth on a few LEGO pieces that have found their way to the floor and they are still in great condition and able to be used - glad the product is durable, especially for the cost!
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My grandkids (and I) love legos. I thought an Architecture set would be something out of the ordinary to give them for Christmas. Well it was assembled in 10 minutes and is TINY! 4 inches tall and that was the wall in the back ….. for 60 bucks???? WAY OVER PRICED
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As my third in the LEGO Architecture series (after Burj Khalifa and Rockefeller Center), I was hoping for a lot from the Guggenheim model, but in addition to being smaller than expected, the color of the main building portion is actually WHITE, not the silver glossy look of the picture on the box. Also, like the Rockefeller model, the blackish lines between the tan pieces are MUCH more pronounced in the picture, leaving this part of the actual real world model looking more like a big tan block than a building with a bunch of windows. The net effect of these two disappointments is a bland model of only two colors, looking a bit more like a cheap kids' toy than the adult-friendly LEGO tribute to amazing real world architecture that this set is posing to be.

Still, the model was decently fun to put together, hence its 2/5 star rating above. Unless you're collecting the whole set, I would advise skipping this one.
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