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With a good selection zavoye dark green parts, this might be useful as a parts pack; however, the majority are common pieces and the inflated price of the Architecture line reduces its appeal for parts alone.
AND you have done a great review! This really isn’t noticeable on the finished model, so I can forgive this. Light bluish grey plates form terracing around the edges; it’s interesting that several 2×2 plates are used instead of say more 2×12 plates, which have already been used in the base.
The attention to detail in the Architecture books is outstanding. This is far more than a mere instruction booklet – it’s almost a souvenir guide.
Edited September 1, by Legogal. Here it is compared to the largest and smallest from the Architecture range:.
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Villa Savoye at Centre des Monuments Nationaux. Of course I’ll never know, but indeed I probably read it somewhere or got inspired by the recent survey. The ground floor gets just a little lost, even with its expanse of window either side of the doors; however, I think this might have been purposeful on the part of the architect.
But I’m really waiting for The Eames house and build it sitting in my new Vitra lounge chair! Quite why the left side has red plates and the right side blue is unclear. It’s worth pointing out at this stage that the dimensions of the upper floor are an odd number of studs: For some more examples, see my flickr. I agree it would have bee nice to see a bit more flexibility in that regards; perhaps a simple MOC fix will ssvoye the trick.
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Register a new instrucions. Somewhat disappointingly, this set doesn’t have any hidden features; it’s pretty much what-you-see-is-what-you-get. The base itself consists of large black plates, arranged in two rows: And given my own personal inclinations, I even think the theme’s focus on modernism could stand to move forward a bit; the medium’s a natural fit for postmodern and deconstructivist works as well.
Posted September 4, Window panels are added, one of which serves to strengthen that 1×12 plate somewhat; the wall circuit is completed. However, something about this building lends itself really well to the medium of LEGO, and I think on the whole the designer has done a instructlons job.
After seeing this latest set I not only want to go out and buy it, but also a lot of other ones in the line too. They almost get lost under that big overhang; but that’s true of the real building, whose doors are flanked by large stepped windows not quite successfully recreated in LEGO. Well there you go: Two weak points in the construction also spoil it a little for me here.
This set presents a dilemma for me – can my love of LEGO outweigh my general antipathy toward Corbusier? Steen Sig Andersen doesn’t get a credit on the box, as far as I can see. Even when the building steps are over, there’s more: It loses a point only for the asymmetrical windows and ‘air-conditioning’ rear end.
The rear shows the model from a higher perspective; in the bottom right there’s a small inset of the real building:. The architectural intent of Villa Savoye is rendered superbly: Guess we’ll have to viloa with Finns to get an Alvar Aalto building next.
At the rear, the grilled SNOTty section is, I think, meant to represent a row of savohe, but it looks more like an oversized air-conditioning unit. Black SNOT bricks are employed at front and rear to attach the small sub-builds pictured top-right.
Note that the 4L pole piece on the roof seems to lean forward slightly Instructioms the official LEGO press release:. Finally, we are even provided with references for further reading! But that’s expected so I think it’s a really good rendering of the real building! Even rendered in LEGO brick, the rectangular upper floor looks imposing sitting on its pilotis above a rather diminutive ground floor, almost like it’s floating above the ground; the curvy wall on the roof contrasts nicely with the angular upper floor.
Visible studs rather than tiles atop this section imply that the upper floor isn’t going to be removable. From here you can again admire the pleasing regularity of the pilotis ; and again note how the bright upper floor seems to float on the the darker ground floor. This review copy got a little crushed in transit, but coming direct from Billund it hadn’t been afforded the usual protection of your average Shop Home purchase.
Finally, let’s see how Villa Savoye compares to other favourites from the Architecture range:.
Posted January 1, edited. Llego the surprising red and blue plates. Interestingly, from this point on, SNOT is achieved the ‘old-fashioned’ way, using Technnic bricks with half-pins, as seen in the inset. The 61 trans-clear 1×2 plates might be useful, but they were on gilla Pick-a-Brick wall recently, and we’ve got thousands of the things.
There are many excellent French architects to choose from and they instructikns responsible for far more well known and architecturally interesting projects than the Villa Savoye again, my personal kego, biased by the fact that many examples of the Modernist movement do nothing for me.
Savoyye this is an Architect Series model, it doesn’t make sense to ask “why did they choose this building instead of [other building in France]? Absent from my review copy of the box is the piece count and ‘Building Toy’ reminder of the first official box art we have seen, which presumably is the US version.
Next, the front terrace is completed with some more clippy detail, and the ground floor is finished using lovely dark green bricks with large trans-clear windows at the front.
Actually, I really appreciate that little message as you break the seals and lift the flap. From the front, we can see how much the upper floor overhangs the lower, and there’s a delightful symmetry in the colonade of pillars flanking each side: Is it a real coincidence or did I hear some information that I forgot thereafter?