LEGO Architecture Singapore Skyline Coming In January

Today, the LEGO Group is launching its latest addition to the Architecture range. Arriving with over 825 pieces, the upcoming Singapore Skyline marks the first time we’ve seen the location of LEGO architecture, and it has plenty of details worthy of showing off.

LEGO launches new Singapore Skyline architecture

After taking some sort of hiatus for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the LEGO Group is officially bringing the theme of architecture back in 2022. For now, it looks like only one set will join the ranks, offering to builders another horizon. to assemble. We usually see two pairs, the last wave bringing together Tokyo and Dubai. So whether this is a one-time event for the year or whether the new standard for the theme is still pending.

Marking the first time we’ve seen a Singapore landmark added to the LEGO Architecture collection, the new Skyline arrives to represent several different locations in Lion City. Stacking up to 827 pieces, the build arrives on the usual black baseplate we’ve come to expect. Complete with a nameplate on the front, this should blend in perfectly with the rest of the theme kits.

As for the landmarks you can expect to find, the LEGO Group is bringing together six different landmarks of the city. There are a few eye-catching aspects of the model, including the Marina Bay Sands, the OCBC Center, and One Raffles Place. Not to mention other sections of the skyline like Lau Pa Sat Food Market, Fullerton Hotel Singapore, and Supertree Grove at Gardens by the Bay.

This is billed as the most complex Skyline yet, and it looks like Singapore was the perfect place to choose, given all the architectural inspiration that the builders of the set had to choose from. All in all, the set stands over 6.5 inches tall while still measuring 11 inches wide to pack all the details.

Launch on January 1

Joining the rest of the LEGO lineup in 2022, the Architecture Singapore Skyline will debut on January 1. $ 59.99 price tag, what we expected from the theme kits before.

Taking from 9to5Toys

Since we’ve been huge fans of LEGO Architecture Skyline sets in the past, we’re very excited to see how Singapore’s next set stacks up. It certainly appears to be unique, recreating the city’s iconic landmarks with all the detail we’d expect from the theme.

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