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LEGO Villa Savoye Set 21014 Instructions Viewer
For some more examples, see my flickr. Edited September 1, by Alasdair Ryan. Actually, I really appreciate that little message as you break the seals and lift the flap. When looking at the pictures I was surprised to see that they add a bit of interior detailing, only to cover it instructkons with a non-removable roof.
Perhaps they represent the French flag, judging by the white in between; but in that case they are the wrong way round. Posted September 6, edited. Just shows my ignorance to great architecture around the world! It is also, I suspect, instructilns digital render rather than a real photograph of the set.
This tends to flop around a bit during construction.
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The base itself consists of large black plates, arranged in two rows: You might have heard about it earlier; some vague info – a misspelled name and price – was leaked back in February. Detail on the first floor terrace knstructions added: Some dark green is added around the base; note that that 4×12 plate still doesn’t have any lateral support.
This set presents a dilemma for me – can my love of LEGO outweigh my general antipathy toward Corbusier? I guess that’s dictated by the odd number of pillars, which the whole building seems to be scaled around. Unfortunately, rattling ibstructions in the box has caused some minor damage to the edge of the front cover, which shows up all the more instrutcions the lovely black card.
Perhaps this is reflected instructins the lower recommended age. Not that there’s a lot to see in there. I’ve encountered these little snippets in several recent Architecture sets, and they are a delightful inclusion.
The instructions themselves are clear and detailed, although some may find the pace a little slow, especially compared to the larger sets like Robie House: From the front, we can see how much the upper floor overhangs the lower, and there’s a delightful symmetry in the colonade of pillars flanking each side: Sign In Sign Up.
The ground floor gets just a little lost, even with its expanse of window either side of the doors; however, I think this might have been purposeful on the part of the architect. They make good shelf-mates. Nevertheless, we can admire its little details. Intsructions that’s expected so I think it’s a really good rendering of the real building!
This really isn’t noticeable on the finished model, so I can forgive this. This is the equivalent of ‘playability’ on a regular LEGO set, but vlila aren’t really going to play with this, are you? I blame the loose plates in the box. An amazing amount of detail is present, and you can really learn a lot about the house and its architecture.
And some plates are added which will support the roof. Presumably these are used to give the appearance of flagstones. From this angle, the curvy roof wall thingy almost looks like a sail. instrhctions
Great review yet again Rufus! Well there you go: I agree it would have bee nice to see a bit more flexibility in that regards; perhaps a simple MOC fix will do the trick. At the rear, the grilled SNOTty section is, I think, meant to represent a row of windows, but it looks more like an oversized air-conditioning unit. The right-hand end should perhaps be more circular, which could be achieved with macaroni piecesbut this would imstructions it difficult to achieve a level top.
Much of the weight of the box is caused by the hefty gramme instruction book.