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LEGO Architecture Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (21004)
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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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|Item Dimensions||2.4 x 10.3 x 7.52 in||7.52 x 10.31 x 2.83 in||10.31 x 15.04 x 2.78 in||2.76 x 15.04 x 10.31 in||11 x 18.7 x 3 in||6.2 x 4.3 x 2.6 in|
|Item Weight||1 lb||1.64 lbs||3.33 lbs||2.7 lbs||—||0.9 lb|
|Number of Pieces||208||597||1,188||811||2,276||270|
Top Customer Reviews
So considering my enjoyment of that product I purchased this one. Now I very well understood that paying less would get me a smaller model. I had read the reviews here on the site before purchasing it. I just wish that the model was closer in structure to the Falling Water model. The way that the Falling Water model easily slides apart to reveal different sections of the house is wonderful. This model has none of that.
With all of that being said, I still enjoy having it sit on my shelf next to the Falling Water model and intend to eventually purchase the Robie House to complete the set.
I, myself, have never been a Lego fan, but I started buying the Lego Architecture series after several debilitating episodes of vertigo. Finding it near to impossible to concentrate or lean over, I worked on Legos to force my vestibular system to adjust.
The Solomon Guggenheim is my favorite so far. I've stuck primarily with the New York pieces, but the Rockefeller Plaza and Empire State Building are too blocky. The Guggenheim's curves make this piece a must have for anyone.
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.
This is a small set, but the amount of pieces doesn't limit the appearance or fun of this set.