Lego has been on quite the tear lately, releasing minuiscule models of the Farnsworth House, Burj Khalifa, and Brandenburg Gate apace. The newest to join the party is an interpretation of the Frederick C. Robie House, a Prairie-style house in Chicago that Frank Lloyd Wright designed in 1908. In 1963, the glass-and-brick Robie House was named a National Historic Landmark; in 1966, it earned a spot on the first-ever National Register of Historic Places list. The Lego version, designed by go-to guy Adam Reed Tucker, includes 2,276 pieces and will be available for $199 starting Sept. 1.
· Mies van der Rohe's Famed Farnsworth House Now in Lego Version [Curbed National]
· Lego Announces Newest in Architecture Series: Burj Khalifa [Curbed National]
· Lego to Eternalize Brandenburg Gate in Architecture Series [Curbed National]
· Lego [official site]