The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® program is a radical and innovative process designed to enhance business performance through building with LEGO bricks.
The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Identity and Landscape Kit is designed for use in conjunction with the Starter Kit (2000414) for workshops longer than 3 – 5 hours. It supports a group of 10 - 12 workshop participants.
Large special mix of LEGO bricks combined with DUPLO elements including animals.
Extensive selection of special elements such as wheels, tires, windows, trees, mini figure parts, sticks, globes, spiral tubes, ladders, and fences.
Large selection of base plates.
3 orange plastic sorting trays
Note: The Identity and Landscape kit does not come with any kind of instructions or instructor’s manual. Training in how to design and facilitate LEGO SERIOUS PLAY workshops using the Identity and Landscape kit can be obtained through the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY Community.
Identity and Landscape Kit is rated
4.3 out of
Rated 4 out of
Target audience: CompaniesI was very surprised to see this product on shop.lego.com. The education series are not on this site, but the Serious Play series are. Maybe you are trying to reach a different demographic - adult fans that are employed in team building, large companies, managers, etc. that are looking for a Lego way to team build and teach process. I can see that.
This is not something that would be purchased by a parent for their child or maybe even by AFOL individuals, but I love the Serious Play concept and am excited to see them offered on this site. I am sharing this info with an AFOL that is responsbile for my company's training.
Date published: 2013-11-22
Rated 5 out of
Great for team buildingIf you evaluate this product on a price per piece basis, you're missing the point. This set is worth every penny as the basis for a corporate team building event. It is not intended for the typical Lego enthusiast.
Date published: 2015-08-01
Rated 5 out of
not for kidsI also love LSP concept, it's a great. Few more transparent brick (Duplo) would be nice, but apart from it the set is pretty okay. Pricy, but well, this is for companies.
Date published: 2014-06-15
Rated 3 out of
Not Worth ItThis is so not wroth it! $780! That just beet the most expensive LEGO Set ever! And it only has almost 3000 pieces! All this is a bunch of Lego Pieces basically. But... the pieces are very awesome. But it's still not worth it. 300$ is worth it but seriously, this is not worth your money. If your some rich dude who loves Legos go ahead and buy it but for Lego fans who like to save up for good stuff, don't buy this. Overall it's a Ok set. 5/10