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LEGO Architecture 21007 Rockefeller Center (NYC)
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- Réplica de hito arquitectónico en el mundo real Rockefeller Center
- Folleto incluye con detalles sobre el diseño y la historia
- Medidas 10 "(256 mm) de ancho
- Piezas: 240
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Color del producto: Negro, Oro, Gris
Edad mínima: 10 año(s)
Número de piezas: 240 pieza(s)
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Edad recomendada: mayores de 10 años
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Raymond Hood's masterpiece unfortunately gets reduced to a 3.75 by 4 inch oblong and only 5.4 inches high. Because of this I've given the model four stars, it really should have been a bit larger, say by half as much again. I don't think the other buildings in the series are in the same proportion either.
As another reviewer says, it doesn't look like Lego because none of the round studs are visible when it's completed. The black base with the ochre buildings and grey sidewalks work well, oddly I had two small pieces missing but calling the toll-free number sorted that out and they arrived soon enough, free, too. The sixty page instruction booklet has thirteen of them devoted to the history and building of the Center.
I like my model, a super reminder of one of the world's great architectural achievements...if only it was a bit larger.
>>>LOOK AT THE MODEL AND BOOKLET by clicking 'customer images' under the box.
I have this set placed proudly on my desk at work, and my coworkers are often surprised to learn it is a LEGO set at all. Although we may outgrow sitting cross-legged on the floor, surrounded by heaps of LEGOs, this set is an excellent buy for anyone looking to reclaim a small part of their youth.
The set is, however, not exactly durable, as one direct hit with a Nerf basketball sent me scrambling for pieces. The set is not meant to be played with, so much as displayed.
All-in-all, the set may not have the same value as your typical children's toy, but the differences provide new and unique offerings that you may not have thought about when you heard the name LEGO.
At 240 pieces, this is a small set---about 4x4 inches on the base when assembled. This makes it quite portable for "show-and-tell" at a child's school, or for taking to the office for display on your desk. It's a pretty sturdy build, so no worries about small pieces breaking off in transit or in play. It's an easy set to assemble, should take less than 30 minutes even for a novice builder.
NOTE: there are not any "specialty" pieces in this set (aside from the printed flats that say Rockefeller Center). So those of you with extensive collections could build this easily from your existing Lego pieces. The instructions can be downloaded from Lego.com for free.