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LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010)

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Build a faithful replica with the LEGO Architecture Robie House! Completed in 1910, the Frederick C. Robie House is located in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood and is considered to be Frank Lloyd Wright’s most accomplished Prairie-style work. Prairie style is acknowledged as the first truly American style, characterized by dominating horizontal lines, banded rows of windows and spacious, open floor plans. F.C. Robie wanted a home that would provide beautiful vistas of the surrounding neighborhood while maintaining privacy for his family. Combined with the long, narrow size and shape, the views inspired Wright’s vision for the 9,062 sq. ft. residence. This highly detailed LEGO model was designed by architect Adam Reed Tucker.
  • Architectural replica of the real-world Robie House
  • Booklet included with details on design and history. (English language only)
  • Measures 7.5"L x 16.5"W x 4.5"H
  • 2,276 pieces
Features
Beautiful replica
Build your own beautiful replica of the real-world Frederick C. Robie house, originally designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and designed for LEGO enthusiasts by architect Adam Reed Tucker.
Experience history
Learn architectural history as you build with LEGO. The set includes a booklet (English language only) that will give you key details about the design and history of the Robie house.
Scale model
Though the F.C. Robie house is located in Chicago, you can build a scale LEGO replica right in your own home. Measures 7.5"L x 16.5"W x 4.5"H.
Prairie-style masterpiece
With 2,276 pieces, this replica faithfully recreates the Prairie style, complete with dominating horizontal lines, banded rows of windows and spacious, open floor plans.

Product Description

CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Build a LEGO replica of the Robie House with the LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010) building set!

Completed in 1910, the Frederick C. Robie™ House, located in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood, is considered to be Frank Lloyd Wright's most accomplished Prairie-style work. Prairie style is acknowledged as the first truly American style, characterized by dominating horizontal lines, banded rows of windows and spacious, open floor plans. Robie wanted a home that would provide beautiful vistas of the surrounding neighborhood while maintaining privacy for his family. Combined with the long, narrow size and shape, the views inspired Wright's vision for the 9,062 square foot residence.

The LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010) features:
  • Architectural replica of the real-world Robie House
  • Booklet included with details on design and history
Contains 2276 pieces

Additional Info

161206

6025E2E0

673419159685

4642305

4.9 pounds

18.7 x 11.0 x 3.0

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LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010)
 
4.5

(based on 32 reviews)

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    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

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88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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Most Helpful Positive Review

 

This will forever be on my shelf

Let me start off by saying I am an architecture student at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn going into my junior year so my parents bought this for me for Christmas and I got to work...Read complete review

Let me start off by saying I am an architecture student at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn going into my junior year so my parents bought this for me for Christmas and I got to work on it soon after. Although many of you may hate me for it, I DID glue it together so it is a solid brick :). I ended up purchasing an extra of this set though so this one is for my desk! This house is an AWESOME display set and friends who see it love it and want their own. If you know or are dating an architect BUY IT for them, it is the perfect gift and they will love it and remember you for it. It has SO many 1x1, 2x1 red and clear pieces as already mentioned in previous reviews so get ready for that. Because of this, putting 700 of the same piece on can be very repetitious. Since I glued it also took forever and I am a very competitive against the clock builder :P Had no problems with directions as always. Very easy to build, and although I had no problems with this just pay attention with the repetitiveness of the 1x2 because I could see how someone could be easily confused, meaning, you could repeat a step and start building on top of a portion you already did if you pause the build or get side tracked. Im not sure about the final size and can't measure it at the moment but I would say its about 7.5" x 11" and fits nicely on my largish desk. I would also include that this is more for adults, I think kids would lose interest in the amount of same exact pieces this is the reason for the 3 play rating. Sorry for blurry picture but I needed to add one. Love it and will be keeping forever! LEGO BUILD BIGGER SETS PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Most Helpful Critical Review

 

So So

First the bad stuff. This is described as 16+ on the box but I think it's far easier than the death star which is 14+ and once you suss out the repeating patterns...Read complete review

First the bad stuff. This is described as 16+ on the box but I think it's far easier than the death star which is 14+ and once you suss out the repeating patterns it's mostly a piece of cake. I assume it's given this age because most kids would find it a bit boring. It's also not particularly good value - although their are over 2000 pieces, most of them are small flat one and two plates. There was one piece missing which I managed to get round with a little redesign. The good stuff. It's a lovely looking house when finished and the red brickwork looks realistic. I found the repetitiveness quite relaxing although I'm sure it wouldn't suit everyone. Overall, a little disappointing. If you want a challenge, look elsewhere - the technic crane is quite a toughy and much much better value!

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5.0

Extraordinary Robie House

By Toftsy

from Bristol

Comments about LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010):

This is my 16th Lego Architecture model i now own. I have been wanting this 'Flagship' model for a while and finally forked out a lot of cash for it. Let me say, that this model is worth every single penny! Quite a sizable box and if I am absolutely critical, the weight of all the Lego parts (2276 pieces in all) is too heavy for the thickness of the box material splitting it at some of the creases. This aside, the model is simply incredible. Much bigger than I thought and the exquisite detail shows absolute spot on likeness to the real house in Chicago. I love the detail of the brickwork around the house and the way it finally slots together (very much like the Fallingwater model). The Lego designer, Adam Reed-Tucker has created an absolute masterpiece here. On/off this took around 14 hours to build and requires a lot of concentration in getting the build perfect. Very hard on my aging fingers but the end result is perfect in every way. As I type this review, I cannot help but keep staring at this model and conclude that this is my absolute favorite design from the world renowned architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. The booklet that comes with the model contains the usual stunning quality along with all the facts about the building and the 141 build stages (that doesn't even include all the sub-stages). Outstanding, I cannot recommend this highly enough, love it!

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5.0

please lego bring this ...

By jakethebratt

from Undisclosed

Comments about LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010):

please lego bring this back its an incredible set please please please

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5.0

You shoulda got it before it was retired

By Legocanine

from NYC

Comments about LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010):

Probably one of the best Lego display pieces. Looks great in an office. Many small, repetitive pieces can make the build a little tedious. But, the repetition is necessary due to the fantastic design of the building. Get one of these while they are relatively inexpensive.

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3.0

So So

By Steve42

from Manchester

Comments about LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010):

First the bad stuff. This is described as 16+ on the box but I think it's far easier than the death star which is 14+ and once you suss out the repeating patterns it's mostly a piece of cake. I assume it's given this age because most kids would find it a bit boring. It's also not particularly good value - although their are over 2000 pieces, most of them are small flat one and two plates. There was one piece missing which I managed to get round with a little redesign. The good stuff. It's a lovely looking house when finished and the red brickwork looks realistic. I found the repetitiveness quite relaxing although I'm sure it wouldn't suit everyone. Overall, a little disappointing. If you want a challenge, look elsewhere - the technic crane is quite a toughy and much much better value!

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5.0

Beautiful Set

By LEGOPrincessBee

from Undisclosed

Comments about LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010):

An absolutely beautiful set. So thrilled that I finally bought it, I have it displayed on a shelf in my room, I love it! Really enjoyed the build.

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(9 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Huge, gorgeous - but an irritating manual

By Londoner

from London

Comments about LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010):

As a life-long admirer of Frank Lloyd Wright's 'prairie' houses and having thoroughly enjoyed the Fallingwater build, I was greatly looking forward to putting this one together. Unfortunately I came a cropper with the instruction book. Surprisingly there was nothing to show on each page which new pieces had been added. As the majority of this model is constructed in a gorgeous deep dark red, my poor old aging eyes found it quite a struggle peering at the red-on-black drawings for what seemed like days on end, playing 'spot the difference'. Such a shame, since the finished model itself is huge and beautiful, and an inspiring example of FLW's thrilling work. More large-scale FLW buildings, please - but with a clearer manual!

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The sets can't be too large It just isn't possible

By Newcastle

from Salt Lake City

Comments about LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010):

I really like the Architecture series and I have concluded that it is impossible to make a set too detailed or too large. The Robie House does have quite the pile of 1x2 pieces but it turns into a relaxing, sort of Zen-like building experience. I love the detail and the accuracy. I've also built Fallingwater and a couple of the smaller buildings, the Space Needle and the Empire State Building. I like them all but I am drawn to the larger sets like this one and yes, the Tower Bridge. I've been a Lego junkie for over 45 years now and it isn't going away...

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Nice Product

By robertg993

from hyde park, ny

Comments about LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010):

My wife and I had a lot of fun spending our evenings assembling the model. We are both novices when it comes to lego. We found it challenging but not difficult.

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(16 of 113 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

boring set

By Jasjit

from victoria

Comments about LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010):

this set is one the worst set ever and has no detail!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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(11 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The Robie House - Not just any house

By AcesHigh007

from La Prairie

Comments about LEGO Architecture Robie House (21010):

The Robie House, an american icon of architecture with such a rich history. A great treasure from Frank Lloyd Wright to put in Lego form. With 2276 pieces, it's the biggest set of the architecture series. And let me tell you, it's a pleasure to build. Some folks might say "it has alot of pieces, but there is over 750 2x1 dark red bricks...". Although true, when you reach the bottom of your bag or container that holds your 2x1 dark red bricks, you just can't help and feel sad... Your build is coming slowly to an end... Yes, it's that much of a pleasure to build this masterpiece... And the architecture series is not only for adults. Yes, we love the series. But my 7 year old son also love the series... That's all he asked Santa Clause this year... Architecture sets.

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