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2020 Architecture sets revealed!

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edited November 2019 in Brickset.com articles
2020 Architecture sets revealed!

Images of two new Architecture sets are now available on the website of retailer Remix Kaja. These additions to the popular Skylines range, which is now entering its fifth year, depict Tokyo and Dubai.

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  • pxchrispxchris Oregon, USAMember Posts: 932
    Both sets look like they have a lot of potential on initial glance. But in some ways, the Dubai one (which I would have initially been most interested in) looks a bit on the sparse/bare side.
    Snizzlebutts
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 19,005
    The Dubai one is a bit boring, but then there is not much they can do about that.

    The Tokyo one is lovely. As a group the buildings look great, and the mountain really sets them off nicely. And it looks like Tintin is visiting too :-)
  • klintonklinton CanadaMember Posts: 1,188
    pxchris said:
    Both sets look like they have a lot of potential on initial glance. But in some ways, the Dubai one (which I would have initially been most interested in) looks a bit on the sparse/bare side.
    Have you been to Dubai? That's a pretty accurate description of the city, tbh.
    pxchris
  • MaffyDMaffyD West YorkshireMember Posts: 2,787
    I bet Dubai is lovely, but I have no interest in going there or having this. Doesn't have the kind of character I am interested in.
    Doesn't help that all the snaps I see from my wife's friends on FB that she shows me, all look like bland hotels with a lot of sand or sky in the background... the captions do not make it much more interesting.
    Tokyo looks nice though.
    DoktorL
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 3,324
    Tokyo is great. I’m impressed by their rendition of the Burj al Arab at that scale, but what the heck is the Dubai door frame supposed to be?
    DoktorL
  • CCCCCC UKMember Posts: 19,005
    Tokyo is great. I’m impressed by their rendition of the Burj al Arab at that scale, but what the heck is the Dubai door frame supposed to be?


    AstrobricksLittleLoriDoktorL
  • AstrobricksAstrobricks Minnesota, USMember Posts: 3,324
    CCC said:
    Tokyo is great. I’m impressed by their rendition of the Burj al Arab at that scale, but what the heck is the Dubai door frame supposed to be?
    Thanks. Given I’d never heard of it, it seems like it’s not acting as much of a symbol for the city :)
    DoktorLMynatt
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