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LEGO my Farnsworth House

In our May/June issue, which hits stands in a few weeks, we feature an outdoor playhouse inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House…

 

In our May/June issue, which hits stands in a few weeks, we feature an outdoor playhouse inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House that would be just the thing for the youngest modernist in your family. What are the odds, then, that a perfect accessory for the little house would emerge? LEGO just announced that the latest building to be immortalized in plastic brick as part of the LEGO Architecture series is none other than the Farnsworth House. The four-inch-tall plastic version is now in the esteemed company of the Guggenheim, the Empire State building, the Willis Tower, and the Seattle Space Needle. The set ($59.99), which comes with miniature mid-century modern furniture, will hit toy stores, museum shops, and art galleries in June. Pair it with Architect Barbie, and your little one is set.

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