LEGO Architecture - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - 21035

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Colour Multi
Height 26.2 cm
Width 9.55 cm
Depth 28.2 cm
Number of Pieces 744
Range LEGO Architecture
Material Plastic
Minimum Age 12 years
Model Number 21035
Product Type Building Blocks
Type Building Blocks
Weight 988 g
Brand LEGO

Why we love this

Construct a LEGO® brick model of one of the most significant architectural icons of the 20th century. Located in New York City, the internationally renowned Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum® is hailed as one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s greatest achievements.

The building was commissioned in 1943, and on October 21, 1959, Wright's masterpiece was opened to the public, gaining immediate recognition as an architectural landmark. This detailed LEGO model focuses on the building's smoothed concrete facade with its distinctive curves and lines, and features its famous ‘inverted-ziggurat’ rotunda and 8-story annex tower.

The Guggenheim’s iconic sign, recreated in a similar typeface, and a section of New York City’s 5th Avenue Museum Mile with its signature yellow cabs complete the model, capturing the essence of this magnificent structure.

Number of Pieces: 744

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LEGO Architecture - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - 21035 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fifth Avenue, First Class! This is a superb Lego set. Building it was a bit of a challenge as there are so many small parts and unless totally concentrating, easy to make a mistake. The final result is very satisfying, a beautiful building. If I were to make any improvements, one would be the roof which in the model is a solid colour whereas the actual building has a transparent one. I imagine Lego opted for the solid colour to hide the interior. On the plus side, the museum name is on printed elements. It would have been a disappointment had they been on stickers. On mine the lettering is not parallel but that's a minor quibble. It is a bit too expensive but that seems to be the way for the Architecture series.
Date published: 2017-08-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Upgrade Nice upgrade from the earlier version. Captures spirit of the building and the architect's vision. Ideal size for a builidng in this series. Detail without reaching a level of repetitiveness and boredom.
Date published: 2017-08-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Slightly Disappointed That is a very neat set. Lots of different build techniques, and rare pieces. However, as a avid Architecture theme fan, I am slightly disappointed in the quality of this set. First off the booklet was not the typical cardstock bound booklet, it was thinner paper type. Second the build instructions even seemed different (A little more vague on certain steps) as well as print quality was lower, some places were slanted and cut off. Lastly, and most concerning, was the print of the building name on the pieces itself. The building name is actually up on the building were it is on the real building, as opposed to the typical location on the border piece on the base of the set. I like were the name is placed on this set, my problem is the portion of the name "Museum" is slanted, and part of the "M" is cut off. This is not the Lego quality I have grown to love and expect. I was halfway through the build when I noticed this, and do not plan to return, but I want to point out, that their quality control needs to be put in check, I would be highly disappointed to see more of this going forward. Lastly, and also quite aggravating, is the set was missing two pieces. I know this occasionally happens and I commend Lego for adding extra pieces in effort to prevent this as much as possible. Its rare I have a set with a missing piece, and I think this is the first time I have had 2 pieces missing, but I think this is just another example of lack of quality control on this set. Honestly, I almost thought this was a set that was intended to be sold in a different country. Anyways, all the issues a aside, this was a neat set, beautiful model, and I love the change in color theme. I think the Black,Charcoal,white, white hints of yellow make for a nice scheme. I do hope that any quality control is put into check however. If anyone from Lego reads this and wants further information on my actual set to identify manufacturing locations, please contact me I want to be as helpful as possible.
Date published: 2017-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Representation of FLW Design This set was a lot of fun to build. The techniques used were inventive and the new types of pieces allowing SNOT design are a great addition. I would recommend getting a couple of these at least.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A hefty little eye candy This is my third Architecture set. I own the Farnsworth House and the Trevi Fountain, of which the first one is still intact - I just love the sleek beauty of it. The Guggenheim has the same esthetic appeal: clean lines, a trillion 1x1 tiles, and beautiful colors. Yes, colors. I love the dark green plates with white tiles and sand details in the Farnsworth House, and I also love the two different greens of the Guggenheim combined with the teeny tiny splashes of yellow. It looks complete, balanced, satisfying. It also has a nice weight to it. And even though one will not see the insides of the model once it is ready, the inside design makes sense when you are building the model. You can see the love for the original architecture manifesting in the LEGO model and even its details that don't meet the eye. Also, the back wall, although it seems pretty uniform a structure, is in fact a really complex and intriguing construction. The overall built of the model is quite challenging, especially the back wall, to get all the tiles spot-on straight. But that's good, right? Not everything has to be easy, not in life nor in LEGO. And that's why I really like both the Architecture and the Creator series. :) Happy building!
Date published: 2017-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Update to Original I don't own the original but I do own sets of this line both new and old and can see how the sets are evolving in detail. This finished product looks great and looks vastly superior to the original build. One thing I did that sticks out for my experience is once you are done take a minute to move the set around and look at it from all angles. I really like the level of detail they took with everything. I wish the set were maybe 10 dollars cheaper as it only took me 3 hours to build.
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Big improvement I just got this set as a gift and was happy to unwrap it as the box photo looked great, a big improvement over the earlier kit. For my whole adult life I have been a fan of Frank Lloyd Wrigt and, much later in life, Lego. So much of the subtlety of FLW's designs seem difficult to interpret in Lego, but this kit does a very good job. It's fairly small in size but the way it captures the essence of the design is well thought out. The colours work well and the curves are achieved in a surprising way. The transitions between the arcs I thought at first were clunky but after building, they are less so, although they maybe could have benefited from white bricks behind where there are tiny fitting gaps to make the curves appear more seamless (instead of black bricks). To me there were a few odd instances of brick "engineering" that didn't seem very solid but they don't affect the overall build. One thing I don't like is the assembly of smaller base plates into a larger one. No matter what it will not sit perfectly flat--why can't Lego make one-piece bases for kits this size so that the corners don't curve upward slightly? Overall a very nice adult kit. I hope Lego can successfully translate more of FLW's buildings into kits like this one. If they do, I will most certainly buy them.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bravo, Lego! This is one of my favorite Architecture sets to date. It looks beautiful on display, and I can tell the designers put many hours into perfecting the shape. One of my favorite parts of this model is how they included printed tiles on the front instead of the usual name plate to make it more true to life. My only complaint is that the large spiral section is slanting outward too much, but I really don't see how else they could've done it. Also, there are many 1x1 tiles in this set which are pretty tricky to line up, but once you do get them lined up, the hard work definitely pays off. Overall, outstanding model!
Date published: 2017-04-17
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