Just wanted to give a heads-up to those who have been waiting for the restock of the #21050 LEGO Architecture Studio set. The set sold out so fast, and it was out of stock for so long that a lot of LEGO fans feared it was discontinued for good, however now it is back! 🙂
I did check with my contact at LEGO a month ago, who said that the LEGO Architecture Studio set is still active on their production-list and should be restocked. However even I started to loose faith when it continued showing as out of stock at the Online LEGO Shop. In the meantime the set, originally priced at $150, has been selling in the $250-$300 range on eBay and other market-places as people got desperate and got tired of waiting. 🙁
As you may remember from the previous reviews (see links at the end of this post), the LEGO Architecture Studio set is very unique in its approach by catering to teachers and students of architecture and design. It also includes a very special book introducing concepts that architects and designers use in their line of work. However the set is also suitable for enthusiasts of architecture and design, not just professionals. If you are interested to learn more about the set, check out the previous reviews, and also the following video that gives you a good overview of how the LEGO Architecture Studio set looks and works.
If you would like to get the LEGO Architecture Studio set now that it is back in stock, it is available at the Online LEGO Shop. How long it is going to be around this time is not known, but my guess is that people won’t be waiting around this time and will get them right away. There is a limit of 5 sets per household, so if you want to put away a couple of them for investment purposes or for larger building projects (those all white and clear elements are gorgeous!) you might consider that too. Here is the link to get it: BUY LEGO ARCHITECTURE STUDIO
So what do you think? Are you one of those people who missed the set the first time around and couldn’t wait to see it back in stock? If you have the set already, have you been experimenting with it? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below! 😉
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