As we approach the final leg of 2018, it looks like LEGO and its retailers are giving us a sneak peek on how the brick landscape will look like in 2019. In this case, the latest reveals are now coming from the 2019 LEGO Architecture line where we are given a glimpse of the initial sets to be offered next year, particularly from the Skylines subtheme.
If you recall, one of the most recent LEGO Architecture Skyline set release this year is the necessarily delayed Las Vegas (21047). The delays due to the necessary redesigns for the LEGO Architecture Las Vegas are understandable, and hopefully, LEGO is now back in track with its release schedules as we can now see from an early listing from an online Austrian retailer.
Austrian online marketplace Alternate.at has put listings on upcoming LEGO Architecture sets for tagged as LEGO Architecture San Francisco (21043) and Paris (21044). No images were provided but they did indicate the number of pieces, product description and the set price of €49.99 for both of them. Here’s a brief description of these sets as published by Alternate and posted here via Google Translate.
LEGO Architecture San Francisco (21043)
€49.99; 565 pieces
The set includes legendary landmarks and famous San Francisco landmarks, including the famous Painted Ladies Houses, 555 California Street, the Transamerica Pyramid, the Salesforce Tower, the Coit Tower, Fort Point, the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island The Set also contains a blue plate-covered baseplate that represents the Golden Gate Strait. The enclosed booklet contains information about the designer, architecture, and history of each landmark, as well as historical facts about San Francisco and the architectural heritage of this famous city
LEGO Architecture Paris (21044)
€49.99; 694 pieces
The set includes a selection of Paris’ most famous landmarks: the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Elysées, the Tour Montparnasse, the Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, as well as lawn and tree areas. The enclosed booklet contains information on the designer, architecture and history of each building, as well as historical facts about Paris and the architectural heritage of this famous city (available in French and English only.)
These sets are expected for release in February of next year, and we can expect that official set of images of these latest 2019 LEGO Architecture sets will be out soon.