Last month, I ran an article that featured an upcoming promotional set that celebrates the beautiful architectural designs of South American homes. And this time around, we get to see the lovely LEGO Houses of the World 1 (40583) up close and personal.
Now listed over at LEGO.com, the LEGO Houses of the World 1 clocks in at 348 pieces and is valued at $20. It features a South American-inspired home complete with all the interior decorations that make it unique.
As I mentioned before, the design of this promotional set suggests that more of its kind might be released, that can be connected to this original build. And as it turned out, LEGO made it clear that it can be combined with three more sets of its kind which will all be available separately. All in all, there are 4 sets to collect under the LEGO Houses of the World collection, it’s pretty exciting to see what countries or regions will be represented next.
Same as with the LEGO Birthday Diorama, we don’t have any official word from LEGO as to when the LEGO Houses of the World 1 (40583) set will be available. I’ll keep you posted once this promo becomes live.
Check out the following details of this upcoming GWP set.
LEGO Houses of the World 1 (40583)
348 pieces | Valued at $19.99. Free with qualifying LEGO purchases.
Be inspired by different cultures as you build the first in a collection of LEGO® Houses of the World. In tribute to the buildings of South America, this house (40583) features distinctive architectural details. The theme continues inside with South American interior decor. The modular design means this house can be combined with others from the collection (40590, 40594 and 40599) – each available separately.
2 thoughts on “LEGO Houses of the World 1 (40583) Now Listed at LEGO.com – More to Come”
It looks to me like as if LEGO is trying o do with houses what it’s ben doing with cars in the SPEED CHAMPIONS line. I hope they can pull it of and be as successful as SPEED CHAMPIONS has been
I’m not sure if LEGO is testing the waters so to speak to see if there is a market for such LEGO Houses. After all, they are offered as gift-with-purchase sets. I’m not a marketing analyst, but I think it’s difficult to determine the market demand for such theme if they are only offered as promotional items.