Like smoking a pipe in your Batman Underoos, the Lego Architecture Series allows you maintain an air of sophistication while expressing your playful side. Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic Falling Water house continues that same spirit. The actual home still rests over a waterfall in rural Pennsylvania. Originally designed and built for The Kaufmann family in 1934, the house stands as an icon of architectural beauty and genius. The more affordable version, here, contains a finger-numbing 811 pieces. It may take you just as long to build this “Honey, I shrunk the house” house as it took the renowned architect to design the real namesake. Performed while partaking of some leftover Christmas bourbon may slightly lengthen the job. Frank Lloyd Wright Lego figurine not included.
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