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BrickLink Designer Program Sets Available Soon!

BrickLink.com recently announced that the BrickLink Designer Program Series 1 sets will be available for pre-order through crowdfunding starting on February 7th. BrickLink members may pre-order their favorite sets, with a limit of 2 of each set per household. All sets that receive over 3,000 pre-orders will be produced Up to 30,000 of each set will be manufactured during a limited, one-time production run. LEGO will produce the sets in their factory and orders will be ready to ship in July 2024 (approximately 6 months after ore-ordering). Actual dates and shipping times may vary.

BrickLink Designer Program sets will feature digital building instructions provided by the LEGO Builder app. The app lets you zoom, rotate, and view the models in 3D and ghost view mode to see how far you’ve come and what part you’re in the process of building. The digital building instructions will be released on the app after the sets have shipped. LEGO will also provide PDF building instructions on the product details page on the same day as they’re released on the app. Below are the set names and prices that will be available in Series 1.

LEGO Mountain Fortress by SleeplessNight is quite large and uses just shy of the maximum allowed 4,000 pieces. The building is foldable and contains removable sections to allow for easy access to all parts of the interior. The construction process should not be a big challenge but even advanced builders will find some nice and unexpected details and techniques, including the use of Technic pieces in both structural and decorative roles. 9 minifigures included. Model dimensions (closed): 45.9 cm / 18.1 in wide, 39 cm / 15.4 in long, 59 cm / 23.2 in high. Model dimensions (opened): 49.2 cm / 19.4 in wide, 63.1 cm / 24.8 in long, 59 cm / 23.2 in high. Price: $379.99. For more information about the set and the designer, check the BrickLink Designer Program page.

LEGO Parisian Street by NicolasCarlier consists of 3532 pieces and includes 7 minifigures, as well as 16 stickers to decorate the model. The model showcases Haussmann-style facades of varying heights and floor sizes and also features small interior scenes. On the ground floor, there is a large bakery, a small flower shop as well as a Bistro placed in the corner. The second floor features a large luxury living room, a small kitchen with a dining area, and a billiard hall. The third floor offers a two-room apartment with a bathroom, an atelier, as well as a small bedroom/apartment. On the fourth floor, you can find a small apartment with a rooftop terrace, creating a nice Parisian atmosphere. A public staircase divides the model into two sections. Model dimensions: 19.1 cm / 7.5 in wide, 51.3 cm / 20.2 in long, 33.6 cm / 13.2 in high. Price: $319.99. For more information about the set and the designer, check the BrickLink Designer Program page.

LEGO The Old Train Engine Shed by Mind_the_Brick is built with masonry bricks and features 6 large windows and 2 large doors, which allow the locomotives to enter and leave freely. Two big chimneys and a fan are used for ventilation. Inside the shed, there is a fully equipped workshop. The large variety of machinery and tools included are an old lathe, a vice, a bench drill press, an oxyacetylene welder, mallets, hammers, and many more useful hardware. At the very top of the building, and just below the roof, a fully working overhead crane can be used to lift and move the heavy engines of the locomotives. At the front of the shed, a pump supplies the engines with water, and finally, on the rear, there is a little shack with a small office and a stove. The shed can accommodate a train engine up to 37 studs long, whilst its wagon can pull up at the front tracks. All in all, exactly 2331 parts were used and 6 minifigures are included. Model dimensions: 27 cm / 10.6 in wide, 52.9 cm / 20.8 in long, 22.9 cm / 9 in high. Price: $229.99. For more information about the set and the designer, check the BrickLink Designer Program page.

LEGO General Store – Wild West by llucky is a one-story building with an interesting color scheme. Sand blue matches with white accessories. The walls are made of horizontal boarding. Above the entrance, there is a large roof to provide protection from the sun. On the side of the building, there is a smaller roof over vegetable and fruit boxes. There is also a rocking chair on the porch. Inside, there are several shelves stocked with mining equipment, food, and other supplies. There is also a stove for the colder months and a wagon with new supplies heading to the store. 5 minifigures and 2 horses included. Model dimensions: 36.5 cm / 14.4 in wide, 30.9 cm / 12.2 in long, 19.5 cm / 7.7 in high. Price: $159.99. For more information about the set and the designer, check the BrickLink Designer Program page.

LEGO The Snack Shack by Skeletuhr comes with 539 pieces and features a fully equipped snack bar with a detailed interior including a deep fryer, milkshake machine, press grill, condiment station, and a fridge. The back hinges open for easy access. Beware of the animals though! They might try to get a bite of the delicious snacks. The build is inspired by food trucks and classic travel trailers. 2 minifigures are included. Model dimensions: 18.2 cm / 7.2 in wide, 20 cm / 7.9 in long, 14.6 cm / 5.7 in high. Price: $49.99. For more information about the set and the designer, check the BrickLink Designer Program page.

What do you think? Are you planning to get any of the LEGO BrickLink Designer Program sets? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Eriks lego January 19, 2024, 10:36 AM

    I wish they would have some smaller sets available too, like the garbage truck we talked about the other day.

    • Master Builder January 19, 2024, 10:37 AM

      Yeah, my favorite so far has been the small planes from jkbrickworks.

  • Oldtimer January 19, 2024, 12:53 PM

    The train depot looks great! I might consider that one or use it for inspiration.

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