Win Jørn Utzon’s Sydney Opera House from LEGO® Architecture

® Architecture Series: Opera House

We announced last month that the LEGO® Architecture series will now include Jørn Utzon’s Sydney Opera House, the 12th building in this popular series. Thanks to LEGO® Architecture, four of our readers will win a LEGO® Architecture Sydney Opera House.

We want to know what building should be the next in the LEGO® Architecture series and why. All you have to do is become a registered user at ArchDaily and leave us your answer in the comments below by Sunday, March 25th! (More images of LEGO® Architecture’s Sydney Opera House, designed by architectural artist Adam Reed Tucker, can be found here.)

Official rules:

Four winners will be chosen at random from entries received between Monday, March 19th and Sunday, March 25th 11:59 EST. You must leave a comment as a registered user at ArchDaily. Open to anyone in the world. One entry per person. ArchDaily will enforce verification and remove duplicated ones before choosing the winner.

Good luck!

Update: And the winners are…

Matthew Doll
Kerilyn Tacconi
Alex Lowe
Jesse Nguyen

Cite: Rosenfield, Karissa. "Win Jørn Utzon’s Sydney Opera House from LEGO® Architecture" 19 Mar 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 21 Sep 2014. <>


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    The next Lego Architecture project should be the Blur Building by Diller + Scofidio. Why? Because it seems impossible to recreate in Legos.

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    I think it should be the Auditorio de Tenerife by Santiago Calatrava. Why? Because his work is one of a kind and his signature in every building he makes is original and nobody else has his style as an architect and engineer.

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    Louis Kahn’s Assembly building in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The arches and geometries of that building are amazing.

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    The next LEGO building should be the Auditorio de Tenerife by Santiago Calatrava. Why? Because his work is one of a kind and nobody else design the way he does. It seems to be that he has no limits by making something even more spectacular than the building before.

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    As an architect for 38 years & a lego fan for 57 years! I suggest you add Museum of Man ( Erickson ) in Vancouver.

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    Marina Bay Sands, Singapore! One of the most iconic and monumental structures ever built.

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    The Milwaukee Art Museum’s Quadracci Pavilion by Santiago Calatrava. It is a beautiful building with magnificent kinetic “wing” structures. and the main building is just as inspiring. If they do make it into a Lego Architecture Series model, they should also make the wings moveable.

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    i would propose giuseppe terragnis casa del fascio di como. great rationalis architecture of the 1930′s.

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    Mies Van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavillion, because it would look really good as a lego model…

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