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Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Teams Up With Lego for Toymaker's "Architecture" Series

 

Lego's latest in its "Architecture" line: Two famous Frank Lloyd Wright-designed buildings.

The Danish toymaker teamed up with the Frank Lloyd Foundation in Scottsdale to produce Lego versions of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City and the Falling Water home.

 

With Legos, you can do things with Frank Lloyd Wright's buildings the legendary architect never would have dreamed: Like blowing them up with Lego's Death Star, or making an all-Lego video.

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