The idea of building a building set is nothing new.
But the Lego building sets that have been on display at the company’s headquarters in Germany have set a new standard for the kinds of building sets out there.
Lego has been making LEGO sets since 1977.
(It’s the second-oldest brand, behind the Lego bricks.)
But unlike most other Lego companies, it has focused on making a set that’s built on a scale that can be easily assembled in your living room, or a small garage, or even in your bedroom.
It has created more than 400 different sets.
They are simple, but sturdy.
And they have been designed to fit in with the LEGO aesthetic, which is about scale, simplicity, and quality.
Some of the sets are as large as 12″ x 24″ (30cm x 60cm), which is large enough for many of us, but smaller than some of the larger sets.
The sets are designed for play, but they are also useful for building.
The models range in size from about 4″ x 7″ (12cm x 19cm) to over 20″ x 15″ (38cm x 34cm).
There are also models of the latest-generation buildings, which have been redesigned to fit into existing homes.
The building sets come in two sizes: the traditional 12″x24″ model, which can be assembled in a small workshop, and the more impressive 20″x15″ model.
The traditional 12″, which is a 12″×24″ box that can easily be built, can be built with a minimum of tools, while the 20″ model is a box that’s made of sturdy, solid wood and can be constructed using a few screws and soldering iron.
There are lots of different models of these building sets, and they can vary in price.
Each set has a set of parts to help you assemble it, and a “master” model that’s also designed to help guide you through the assembly.
There’s a Lego model that includes the LEGO bricks, and then there’s a set with a different brick in it.
Some are cheaper, and some are more expensive.
Here’s a look at the best of the best.
A 12″ model for $100 This 12″ box comes with 12 LEGO bricks and four screws, so it’s a great place to start.
But this 12″ is also a great value, too.
The box comes in two versions, with a more traditional design.
The basic version costs $100.
The more expensive model, the more expensive, but also includes the bricks, a plastic box, and two screws.
It’s a good value, but it’s more difficult to assemble.
But you can buy the more difficult model on eBay for around $150.
There is also the 24″ model with a brick in each corner, which costs $250.
It can be made with a few different tools, but the box comes assembled with a standard 3/4″ x 3/8″ piece of wood.
There was a 24″ version that had a brick on each corner.
The best price: $400 The best value: $500 There’s also a 24″-wide version, with brick-on-brick assembly, for $650.
There has also been a box with a 4″x6″ brick that can go up to 20″ wide.
The 24″-high version is more expensive than the other two, but comes with more bricks and can go as high as 30″ wide, making it more portable.
The most expensive model is the 24″-long version, which comes with a box of bricks and is priced at $1,200.
The one-piece construction makes it a good deal, but you’ll have to assemble it separately.
There isn’t a lot of info on the boxes.
Here are a few things to know before you get started: It’s the most expensive, with more than 50 different bricks.
The higher-end models come in a more compact, solid-brass box.
They cost $400 to $1-2,000.
They’re available in three different sizes, which range from 6″ x 11″ to 20×21″.
The boxes can be custom-made to fit your home.
There aren’t any detailed instructions on how to assemble a building box.
Here is a picture of a building construction box.
It includes instructions on where to put the bricks and the instructions for how to solder the bricks together.
You can buy it online or at a brickyard.
If you don’t have a brick yard, you can get them on eBay.
The assembly instructions are printed on a black board, and you can view them in person, or download them from Lego’s website.
They don’t show you exactly how to build a building, but there’s some instruction on how it should look.
You’ll need a soldering irons to start, and also a soldered-on board to connect the bricks.