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LEGO Robie House 2273pieza(s) - juegos de construcción (Multi)

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  • LEGO Architecture Robie House 21010

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Detalles técnicos
Dimensiones del producto47,5 x 27,9 x 7,6 cm
Edad mínima recomendada (por el fabricante)3 años y más
Valor educativoConstruir
Número de modelo4642305
Número de piezas 2276
Montaje necesario
Necesita bateríasNo
Incluye bateríasNo
¿Mando a distancia incluido?No
Información adicional
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº260.374 en Juguetes y juegos (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en desde12 de diciembre de 2012

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Otras características:
Altura: 13 cm
Ancho: 42 cm
Color del producto: Multi
Edad mínima: 16 año(s)
Número de piezas: 2273 pieza(s)

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An Amazing Set Despite Its Cost 23 de septiembre de 2011
Por Paul Chiu - Publicado en
Right off the bat, I might be a bit biased. I'm an AFOL. My girlfriend and I have all of the Architecture sets to date. I have purchased and loved the last 5 Modular Houses. You might want to keep these things in mind when reading this review.

Like everyone else, I also felt that the set was really expensive. I've never spent $200 for a lego set. The most I've spent was the $150 for the Modular Houses, and even that made me cringe a bit. They're so darned fun and detailed that I just can't help myself. From a price to piece standpoint, the set is still less than 10 cents per piece. That's still on par with 90% of the lego sets out there (certainly with the larger, licensed sets).

My girlfriend and I were fortunate enough to go to the unveiling of this set at the actual Robie House in Chicago. We didn't initially have plans to buy the set, but after seeing the actual house and comparing it to the set, we couldn't resist. There are soooo many little details that make this an amazing piece of art.

The set is about 16" wide and about 5" tall. Like all of the previous Architecture sets, it is completely solid. Also like the other Architecture sets, you don't just stack the bricks on top of each other. The pattern of the brick placement mimics the brick pattern of the actual house. This is why so many of the pieces are 1x2 plates. The real house's bricks are short and wide, and that kind of attention to detail makes this set so special. Could the set have been made with standard bricks, thus reducing the cost? Sure, but then this detail would have been completely missed.

Another great detail is that the base of the set is 3 layers deep (instead of the normal 2). The reason for this is to allow for a recessed "courtyard" in front of the house. In real life, the courtyard is below the level of the sidewalk, and this is not ignored in the set. Again, an amazing little detail that makes this set so special and true to life. Could they have reduced the piece count to make this set cheaper? Yes, but this detail would be missed.

The windows could have been made by using clear bricks. Instead, they are created by stacking clear plates. Would the bricks have used fewer pieces and cost less? Yes, but by stacking the plates, you can actually mimic the famouse Frank Lloyd Wright windows.

Yes, the set could have been cheaper. I wish that it was cheaper (that's really the only reason this doesn't have 5 stars). Having seen the set and seen the house, however, the extra cost is worth it in my opinion. You don't buy the Architecture sets as a place to store your minifigures. You buy them as a piece of art. From that standpoint, the extra cost is justified.

Bottom line, if you can afford it, it's an amazing, amazing set. The attention to detail is great, and there is even a piece developed for this set (it's an inverse corner piece). For those of you waiting until the set drops in price, you will be waiting forever. These sets are designed to be souvenirs or display pieces. As such, Lego will not drop the prices. These pieces will be retired at the same cost to the customer. Unless Amazon has a site-wide sale, your best bet is to pick it up now.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Here Is Why The Robie House Is Worth The Money 28 de septiembre de 2011
Por Grandjete - Publicado en
Lego is doing a great service to Adult Fans of Lego (AFOL) by taking a chance with the adult models, including the Architecture line of models. These, including the Robie House, Frank Lloyd Wright's "Falling Water", and the new Brandenburg Gate, are not going to be hot sellers like, say Star Wars or Harry Potter. Lego has to amortize its engineering and development costs over a smaller number of sales than it can get for its sure things for the kids. So, it really needs to get its price from us.

The Robie House is beautiful. The Dark Red pieces are a great color, far removed from the toy-like primary colors of a standard lego set. When you get done, you have a model that is nearly a work of art. It looks great in the living room or, for that matter, on the corner of your desk at work. It is not as large or complex as the gorgeous Tower Bridge, but you also do not need 3 1/2 feet of your coffee table to display it. Also, I do not think you really could buy the pieces for Robie House on Brinklink and save money - just checked a couple of the main pieces, and you would have to order from more than one vender, with multiple postage fees, plus the nuisance of spending your time. Not worth it.

Models like the Robie House are meant for adults, and if adults do not appreciate them enough to buy them, they will go away, as anything else in business. I have a lot of lego models - Tower Bridge, Emporium, Medieval Village, FallingWater, Fire Station, even a 20" Lego Yoda looking over my home office. If you are limited in budget to just one really good Lego model, then do not get Robie House. Get Tower Bridge, for its awesomeness and value; or Medieval Village for its play value and price; or even Harry Potter's DiagonAlley, for its fun and cool looks. But, for a handsome demonstration model that looks great, fits in a lot of places, and will get adults to look at it, then Robie House is five stars for this reviewer.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nine Hours Later, It Is Done 23 de enero de 2012
Por Greg Polansky - Publicado en
This is now my fifth Architecture Lego set that I have completed. It was by far the most arduous to complete, but its appearance is the most pleasing as well. If you love the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, if you love architecture in general, and if you love buildings inspired by Japanese design, this piece will be for you. Putting it together requires a big enough surface area and enough time to devote to putting it together. For me, between breaks for eating and checking out the Patriots win, it took about nine hours.

Maybe I am slower than average, but I try to take my time and ensure I make no mistakes because a mistake on something like this can wreck havoc. Right now, though, now that I done, I feel inspired by its beauty. This was a Christmas gift for me and it's one of the best I have ever received. Seriously, despite the cost, get it - it will probably last you a lifetime and give whatever corner you put it into a little piece of perfect beauty.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas fantastic!!!! 26 de febrero de 2012
Por Robert W. Smith - Publicado en
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I never thought that I'd enjoy Legos so much! I really enjoy these architectural sets. This is one BIG set, what, 1600 pieces. It costs only about 10 cents per lego piece, on par with other sets. this is so detailed, engaging, challenging (how you organize the pieces in order to assemble it and how you go about assembling it (left, right, whole ...)), and it's a great tool for bonding with co-assemblers (father - son). This is a lego set that, once it's assembled, probably ought to just be displayed somewhere. After investing the better part of a day and seeing the marvel of this work, you'll want to. If you think of moving it around much, I'd recommend gluing it in place, else you have to spend another 8 hours re-assembling it. Just in case, file the assembly directions. Frank Lloyd Wright did an incredible job in designing this house. If you are like me, you sort of feel scared to drop this kind of money on a lego set. Well, if you can make do, take the plunge and buy it. It is worth it! Don't buy this as your first architectural lego set. I give everything that I review a grade. This set is absolutely worth an "A+". I highly recommend it for purchase by lego enthusiasts, FLW fans, architecture buffs, etc.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This is not your Grandfathers Lego set..... 12 de enero de 2013
Por RBM - Publicado en
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Give credit where credit's due.

To Adam Reed Tucker; designer/artist and his team: I salute you. This set should indicate to you, the builder, the amount of design and production skills employed to achieve a truly remarkable interaction of parts to form an outstanding piece of "art'. Take the time as you proceed to really appreciate the work, thought (and FLW's genius) that has gone into the LEGO Robie House.

To Amazon; ordered on 1/1/2013 and received on 1/5/2013 in perfect condition.

Considering the media of LEGO, the scale and attention to detail is remarkable. The precision of parts fit is perfect. I had no desire or intent to race to completion...,just enjoyed the journey. The two doors alone required 76 parts.

Contrary to some opinions, yes it is up there in price.., but it is still in line with other LEGO sets per piece price which seems to run about 7-12 cents a part. Let's not lose sight of the other aspects involved such as:

1.Initial design costs, dies, materials, producton, packaging, great instruction booklet, etc.

The Robie House shows off FLW's stature as a truly great visionary. Having been in the Architectural profession for 47 years, prior to retiring 4 years ago, I have appreciated every second of the building process.

The set was complete and I had maybe two unneeded minor parts left when finished, pretty good out of 2276 total.

I could find no fault with this purchase and am hoping that the LEGO design team will consider Taliesin as their next project....,please?

The 3 primary things that prompted me to purchase this were; FLW, the amount of parts challenge and other purchaser reviews.

Three battery operated tealights have set it off perfectly to give the glow thru the windows.

Happy (early) Birthday to me from my wife! Thank you dear!

1/16/2013 FOOTNOTE: Meanwhile.., 4 days later, I have taken it apart and am building it again. Fun is fun.