Ever since the company was founded in 1934 by Danish carpenter Ole Kirk Christiansen, Lego has been synonymous with childhood creativity, inspiration, and getting mercilessly beaten up at recess.
Their Architecture line aims to enchant and educate children and adults alike with realistic kits based on real-life buildings and landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower and the Burj Khalifa. Haven’t you ever thought to yourself, “Damn, I could really go for building a scale replica of Guggenheim museum right about now?” Of course you have, and fortunately, Lego is there to satisfy your burning, incredibly specific creative urges.
So the architecture stans are covered, but what about us music fans? Famous buildings are good and all, but what if there were sets based on musical moments and venues? Wouldn’t that be, in the words of Sydney Opera House chief architect Jørn Utzon, “fully sick as hell?” Join us and enter a magical dreamscape where Lego manufactured seven kits based on iconic music architecture and events. *In Wayne from Wayne’s World dream sequence voice* “Diddly-do, diddly-do, diddly-do…“