The LEGO© Group in collaboration with Architectural Artist Adam Reed Tucker of Brickstructures, Inc.™, Inc.
are excited to unveil a new product line called LEGO Architecture. Throughout it's 50 year history the LEGO
Brick has always been associated with creative building. LEGO Architecture takes that initiative further by
inviting children of all ages to build their favorite worldly architectural landmarks and structures.
The objective of LEGO Architecture is to celebrate the past, present and future of architecture through use of
The LEGO Brick. “With products such as the line of souvenir sets and educational events we wish to promote
an awareness of the fascinating worlds of Architecture, Engineering and Construction. Initially, in 2008 LEGO
Architecture featured a pair of Chicago's most famous landmarks: the Sears Tower and the John Hancock
Center. Showcasing America's West and East coasts in 2009 will be Seattle's Space Needle & New York's
Empire State Building. In the future, the line will offer other famous landmarks throughout the world celebrating
influential landmarks, architects and movements that have shaped our world's cities and cultures. LEGO
Architecture will work to inspire future architects, engineers and designers from around the world.
As an Architectural Artist, my desire is to capture the essence of a particular landmark into it's pure sculptural
form. I first and foremost, do not view my models as literal replicas, but rather my own artistic interpretations
that harness the landmarks overall appeal. Beyond its identity as a toy, The LEGO Brick is not initially thought
of as a material typically used in creating art or used as an artist's medium. It is the pure sculptural form that I
have translated from reality using The LEGO Brick.
Thank you for visiting us,
Adam Reed Tucker