Here is an interesting opportunity for LEGO fans who also like LEGO Architecture. Manchester-based magazine, The Modernist, teamed up with LEGO fan tonyblego to provide thirteen LEGO Modernist and Brutalist building instruction downloads for just £2 each. Below are the details.
The Modernist magazine is a quarterly printed publication about 20th century modernist architecture and design, published in the North of England and spreading across the world. It is run by the Modernist Society, a not-for-profit organization for modern architecture enthusiasts.
LEGO fan tonyblego has been generously donating one or two designs a month during the lockdown to support the activities of the Modernist Society and to help them out during these difficult times. Below are some of his models with available instructions.
If you’re interested, there are two ways to get the downloadable instructions. You can just outright purchase them for £2 each and you will get the download links right away. Or, if you become a member of the Modernist Society (join from £20 and you’ll get a card, badge, 10% discount at their physical and online store, and advance notification about special member benefits and events), and you can download the instructions for free until September. For further information on each option, visit The-Modernist.org.
If you like LEGO Architecture or LEGO micro-building, this is a great way to get instructions for some unique models. And if you like highly detailed micro replicas of real-life buildings, you can also take a look at the LEGO Architecture section of the Online LEGO Shop.
If you have any questions or comments about the custom instructions, feel free to share in the comment section below!
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