Reverse engineering LEGO Architecture 21023 – Flatiron Building

5 Responses

  1. Jeff says:

    And what’s coincidental – or perhaps timed very well – is that LEGO is opening its flagship NYC store right across from the Flatiron Building this fall!

    • Tom Alphin says:

      And what’s coincidental – or perhaps timed very well

      @Jeff, that doesn’t feel like a coincidence to me… In fact, it supports my theory that LEGO Architecture sets sell extremely well as a tourist gift while visiting the attraction. It looked like they were doing some restoration work on Flatiron building in July, I wonder if it will be complete for around the same time as the new LEGO store and the release of the new set.

      Curious indeed.

  2. Stéphane769 says:

    Did you check your building with the LEGO 3D Catalog App ?

  3. Tom Alphin says:

    @Stephane, not yet… I’m going to wait for the official set to see how close my model came to the real thing.

  4. Ray McComas says:

    Is there a way to close the gap in the front of the building? I have tried “messaging” it into place, but it doesn’t quite finish it. Also, the rear view of the rooftop is not pleasing. I wonder if I am missing a part. I’ve seen no rear views of the kit. Thanks.

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