And the newest addition to LEGO Architecture is…Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House

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On September 1st LEGO® Architecture series will now include Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House. The 10th addition to the popular series, which also includes Wright’s Fallingwater and the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, the Robie House was one of the first properties to be declared a National Historic Landmark because of its architectural merit. The American Institute of Architects also listed the Chicago home as one of the 10 most significant structures of the 20th century.

Stay tuned to ArchDaily as we are going to have an exclusive surprise about the LEGO® Architecture Robie House just for our readers.  More images of LEGO® Architecture’s Robie House, designed by architectural artist Adam Reed Tucker, following the break.

You can find it on Amazon for $199.


Cite: Minner, Kelly. "And the newest addition to LEGO Architecture is…Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House" 01 Sep 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 21 Sep 2014. <>


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    The Robie House is one of my favorites, but I wish they’d do more than FLW. I’d like to see a Villa Savoye one or Ronchamp. Maybe some Mies?

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      There’s no tree through the roof nor cantilever in the Robie House idiot. Learn before you comment.

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    @Chris : check on the most commercial website on the Internet, and you will find a Farnsworth House by Lego :)

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    $150 or more seems like a lot to spend on a model of this detail.

    The aesthetic of the house is not appealing to me but after reading Kenneth Frampton’s tectonic study, I was tuned in a little more to some very innovative structural strategies employed that are interesting and relevant today…

    unfortunately I see none of that reflected in this facsimile… it may pay homage to the venerable architect, but it looks like an expensive missed opportunity for learning.

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