Win Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye from LEGO® Architecture

  • 17 Sep 2012
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® Architecture Series: Villa Savoye

Last night, ArchDaily indulged in building our very own LEGO® Architecture Villa Savoye. As one of the most influential buildings in the International style of architecture, it is no surprise that architecture and LEGO fanatics rejoiced last month when LEGO® announced ’s Villa Savoye as the newest addition to their architecture series. Now, thanks to LEGO® Architecture, five of our readers will win their very own.

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, September 23rd! (More information on LEGO® Architecture’s Villa Savoye, designed by architectural artist Michael Hepp, can be found here.)

Official rules:

The five winners will be chosen at random from entries received between Monday, September 17th and Sunday, September 23rd 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….

  • Seth Ellsworth
  • Wonyeop Seok
  • Daniel Bollard
  • Makoto Shibuya
  • Mark Kitchens

Congrats! You can expect an email from us shortly.

LEGO® Architecture Series: Villa Savoye
LEGO® Architecture Series: Villa Savoye
Cite: Rosenfield, Karissa. "Win Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye from LEGO® Architecture" 17 Sep 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 02 Sep 2014. <>


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    The next Lego builing should be Mies Van der Rohe pavilion barcelona!!!

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    The Lego Architecture series keeps getting better and better! I’d love to see Habitat 67 next, what a fun translation into Lego that would be.

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    Next pick a building with interesting rooms Like House 6 by Peter Eisenmann, its a complex building with a controversial story, it would make a great Lego puzzle, and also; why cant the scale be greater, I want to be able to take the roof off and explore the rooms and the upside down staircase, I would like a serious Architectural Model to display, and not a pretty paperweight

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      My comment was faster than I did ^^ I wanted to say I would like to see Terenobu Fujimori’s tea house in a tree in Lego !

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    I think the next building should be the Eames House or Case Study #8. It’s arguably the most famous Case Study other than the Stahl House by Koenig.

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    I would really like to see Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano’s Centre Pompidou in Lego! I think it would be a great addition to the series for its complexity and differing style, since most of the series are sleek midcentury modern buildings.

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    I think it would be amazing to have Maison de Verre by Pierre chareau in Paris france, it would be cool to have the existing buildings beside and because of the way he designed the house its the perfect candidate for a kit of parts approach in the spirit of how the house was built

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    Without any doubt, the next Lego builing should be California House of Pierre Koenig. The reasons are two: Firstly, the small scale of the building, so the Lego pieces take interest. This doesnt’t happend in the big ones. Secondly, the prefab phylosophy of Lego, need a prefab construction buildind.
    How you couldn’t give me the price directly with this answer?

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    Wall House 2 – John Hejduk
    Bank of China Tower – I.M. Pei
    WoZoCo – MVRDV
    Barcelona Pavilion – Mies van der Rohe

    Thanks LEGO and ArchDaily!

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    The next Lego Building should be Zaha Hadid’s Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art (Cincinnati, USA), beacause of it’s Jigsaw Puzzle Volumetry.

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    Peter Eisenman’s House VI (or any House of his series), simply to challenge the builders/designers at Lego and subsequently the people who’d purchase the Lego version.

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    La Sagrada Familia by Antonio Gaudi;

    It is one of the most famous buildings in the world, and lends itself very well the the never-ending additive construction of Lego.

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    The next building in the LEGO Architecture series should be the Brunelleschi’s dome for the Duomo of Florence because it’s one of the highest expression of architecture in the world!

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    i thnk the nxt building on ths site would be the jewish museum by dennial libeskind… becaz i saw his interview on his design of museum.. dennial hve tear in his eyes while he describing abt jewish museum…..

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    I want to see Casa da Musica in Lego. It will be really fun to be able to literally take the chunk of spaces out like in Rem’s diagrams.

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      The next project should be the Unité d’Habitation by Le Corbusier because it would translate perfectly to LEGO buiding blocks.

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