Celebrate ten years of Modular Building with the Assembly Square!
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Take a trip to the amazing Assembly Square, developed to celebrate ten years of LEGO® Modular Buildings, featuring a wealth of unsurpassed, intricate details and hidden surprises. Easy-to-remove building sections provide access to the highly detailed interior, comprising a ground level with a bakery, florist’s shop and café, a middle level with a music store, photo studio and dental office, and an upper-level dance studio and apartment with access to a rooftop terrace with barbecue. The exterior of the building features a detailed sidewalk with outdoor café furniture, fountain, streetlamps and a highly elaborate facade with beautifully detailed windows and doors, three buildable shop signs, spired tower and a decorative roofline. Collect and build an entire town with the LEGO Creator Expert Modular Building series 10243 Parisian Restaurant, 10246 Detective’s Office and 10251 Brick Bank. Includes eight minifigures and a baby figure.
Includes eight minifigures: a dentist, barista, baker, florist, music store assistant, dancer, photographer and a LEGO® fan, plus a baby figure.
The three-level Assembly Square features an authentic, elaborate facade with detailed windows and doors, three buildable shop signs, spired tower, decorative roofline and a rooftop terrace, plus a detailed tiled sidewalk with a fountain, outdoor café furniture and two streetlamps. The highly detailed interior includes a bakery, florist’s shop, café, music store, photo studio, dental office, apartment and a dance studio.
Ground level features a bakery with counter, cash register, shelves, opening oven, wedding cake and assorted buildable pastries and treats; a florist’s shop with counter, cash register, garden tools, flower arrangements, bouquets and a blue and yellow macaw parrot element; and a café with espresso machine, counter, bench seating and pie elements.
Middle level features a music store with a buildable drum set, two guitars and saxophone element; photo studio with buildable classic camera and adjustable tripod; and a dental office with buildable reclining chair, waiting area, telephone and a sink.
Upper level features a dance studio with buildable piano and reflective mirror element; an apartment with buildable foldout sofa bed, detailed kitchen, toilet, micro LEGO® train, modular buildings and Eiffel Tower, and access to a rooftop terrace with buildable barbecue, table and a neglected plant.
Accessory elements include a ballerina skirt, Chihuahua, pretzel, ornamental chicken and candy. Also includes a buildable telephone, grill, baby carriage and buildable lamps.
Remove the building sections to access the detailed interior.
Adjust the camera tripod and take photos all around the square.
Recline the dentist chair and reveal those pearly whites!
Open the oven door to remove your freshly-baked pastries.
Fold out the sofa bed and relax while you admire your modular buildings collection!
Celebrate Modular Buildings with this awesome 10th anniversary LEGO® Creator Expert set!
This set offers an age-appropriate build and play experience for ages 16+.
With over 4,000 LEGO® pieces, this model will really put your LEGO® building skills to the test!
New-for-spring-2017 decorated elements include a dentist torso, dentist window and 2x3 tile with the 10182 Café Corner box front.
Includes lots of curved and corner angle tiles, garage doors used as box windows and LEGO® Technic excavator scoops used as roofing elements.
Collect and build an entire town with the LEGO® Creator Expert Modular Building series 10243 Parisian Restaurant, 10246 Detective’s Office and 10251 Brick Bank.
Measures over 13” (35cm) high, 14” (38cm) wide and 9” (25cm) deep.
Rated 5 out of
Looking at my Assembly Square makes me smile!!My 24-year-old son (who has always LOVED Legos) gave me my first Lego set this Christmas, the Winter Workshop. He gave his Dad one of the airplane sets. Building our Lego sets on Christmas Day was SOO much fun!! While our son supervised us, my husband and I spent several hours lost in the world of Legos (when we were supposed to be packing--haha!). It was a blast! Then my son casually mentioned that Lego has a whole line of modulars. That got my attention since I love anything miniature. And then he mentioned the 10-Year Anniversary, Assembly Square. I knew when I saw it that I HAD to have it!
So, I just finished it and am in awe at the intricate detailing, inside and out! The only improvement would be if it were lit up so the interior can be fully appreciated. But I've found some lighting kits that will work nicely for that.
I am very impressed that not a SINGLE piece was missing from my set. Each time I couldn't find a piece (and there were many), I thought, well, with over 4,000 pieces, it's bound to happen. But every single time I found the missing piece (I had usually used the wrong piece in an earlier step). The last piece I couldn't find was when I was 99.99% done with the set. Turns out, it was hiding under my computer's keyboard. Haha!
I can't wait to get more modulars to add to my little Lego city I want to grow!! Playing with Legos makes me feel like a kid again!! :-)
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of
A great way to start 2017 Lego...Great BuildThank you Lego. Thank you for making January 1, 2017 a day to remember. My local Lego Store is 3 hours away. This is the first time I have ever made the drive to get a modular set on day 1. I was 10th in line and the store didn't open for another 25 min. Thankfully I got 1.
The comes boxed in numbered bags 1-6. This is a definite departure from the days of bags going up to 14 or more. Half of the bags come in a smaller cardboard box. The instructions, much to my disappointment, were not protected in plastic this time and suffered damage. I hope Lego corrects this in the future with such a large instruction book.
Price and Piece Count Justified
The price and piece count are very good here. For a 4,002 piece set I think you get a good variety of shapes and colors. There is a large amount of 1x1 studs as per usual. The new design elements work really well and give a visual look to the buildings that has not been seen too much before. I saw a lot of carryover in building style between this set and last years Disney Castle.
Return of Classic Green baseplate!!/Layout
Lego brought back the classic green baseplates for this set! Oh how I missed this much darker green color and hope that they are utilized more in the future. The build layout is easy to follow and the instructions are clear. I did not feel overwhelmed at any point during the build. There are key building techniques repeated throughout the build.
Building Layout Continued
A lof of thought went into each building layout here. I feel that there is more space for figures to work in. Not every level of the build is that way, but high ceilings allow more access and ability to stage figures within. I enjoyed building each level and feel that they all have more pros than cons. Lego spent a great deal of time on the exterior and interior designs, but the window elements are lacking.
I like a wide variety of window treatments and unfortunately, there are many missed opportunities here for curtains and or more ornate window assemblies. The saving grace comes from the unique use clear of garage door pieces for windows in the bakery and the ample skylight on dance studio roof. I love being able to look into window and see the light cascade off the ballerina minifigure as if she is under a spotlight...nice effect
You get a nice variety of figures and body prints in this set. I highly recommended exchanging classic Lego heads for newer models. All of my figures, except the baby, now have more life and personality thanks to head swaps.
Play vs. Display and Baseplate Concerns
This is a massive build with many delicate features. I have concerns about me handling it appropriately. Since there are two baseplates used, I highly recommended moving the model in sections and securing both hands under base. I think Lego should have given us a solid baseplate or made better efforts to secure baseplates with tile. During the build, you will notice not much is holding plates together.
I would not feel comfortable giving this to a child under the age of 7 unless the building is on a flat surface and each level has been taken apart to play. I see this more as a display piece.
I have plans to display mine on a higher shelf with other modular buildings but will take great care in placement.
Pros: price, elements, minifigures, previous modular easter eggs, display value
Cons: unprotected instruction book, limited window treatment/element usage, and baseplate structural integrity
Thank you very much for looking at my review.
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 5 out of
Tons of fun!This build is so much fun!
I was given this as a late Christmas gift a couple days ago and I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of building it. The tiny little details thrown into every room keeps things unique, and interesting. And three floors to build means you're not going to finish it up anytime soon. Certainly a more expensive set, but definitely worth it.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of
Everything is awesomeOh man! This set is amazingly detailed. The AFOL apartment is one of my favourite rooms from all modular building series. Took me about a week to complete, between breaks, and building it was just awesome. The piano and bed sofa show very cleaver technics, and the roof top made with the hammers and excavator shovels looks gorgeous.
It's a bit pricier then the other modular buildings, but it's understandable tacking in count the number of pieces and model size. On thing that I really liked was the addition of a small alley between the two main buildings and the square space, because when I put all my modular buildings together I feel the lack of open spaces between them.
PS: I would love if LEGO, could create a modular Plaza, to combine with the existing modular buildings.