Review: Assembly Square (10255)

Designed to celebrate the 10th anniversary of modular buildings by LEGO, Assembly Square (10255) stands out in terms of design, size and parts selection.  Let’s take a closer look why.

Read the full review here.

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Review: Batcave (76052)

When the Batcave (76052) set landed at my doorstep, I must admit I wondered what I was going to do with it.  It doesn’t look like there is much there for someone who is mostly interested in modular buildings and conversions.  Let’s see how it stacks up.

Read the full modular conversion review here!

Modular Conversion Review: Beach Hut (31035)

The Beach Hut (31035) was the smallest of the three buildings (or four, if you count the Detective’s Office) released in the Creator range this year.  At less than 300 parts, you’d be forgiven for assuming that it doesn’t go very far as a modular.

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Read the review to see how it stacks up.

Modular Conversion Review: 41101 Heartlake Grand Hotel

Your first thought may be, why a modular conversion, as this building is most of the way there already, right?  Ditch the elevator and make the floors a bit wider and there you have it.  That would be too simple.

And it was.  Read why here

Set Review: Detective’s Office (10246)

LEGO only produces one large modular building per year, which means that each release is the subject of much speculation and highly anticipated.  The Detective’s Office (10246), which was designed by Jamie Berard, is no exception, and has been high on my wanted list since the high resolution images were released.

Let’s take a closer look at what the Detective’s Office is all about!  Read more …