Why the heck didn't they have this when I was a kid?
Brick by brick, Lego has been building its way out of the near bankruptcy it suffered around the turn of the century. It has done this by a seemingly simple strategy — making awesome product after awesome product. Now it is releasing the almost ridiculously fitting Architecture series, beginning with the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection. First up is Fallingwater, the iconic cantilevered waterfall-house outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
All I had growing up was the Lego set that had a total of about 5 shapes - all rectangles. I guess that's why I have such fond feelings for the American Foursquare.