The LEGO IDEAS A-Frame Cabin is finally here!
I’m so happy and honored for this incredible goal, never in my life I would have thought to end up here. Everything is so special these days.
A lot of things have happened in the last few hours that have brought forward the announcement of the set, however here it is.
I wasn’t ready but still managed to snap a picture quickly to thank everyone. I can’t wait to build the set in the next few days and enjoy it.
Thanks to LEGO designers for making my dream a reality, you’re awesome!
A massive thank you to everyone who supported this project back in Lego Ideas and made this entire journey possible! Thank you all!
BREAKING NEWS: Meet the Fan Designer!
A-Frame Cabin Signing Set Tour 2023 CONFIRMED!
I am very happy to announce the dates of the Signing Set Tour:
Feb 1 (10am–12pm) Grenoble (Fr) LEGO Certified Store
Feb 3 (4 pm–6pm) Milano San Babila (Ita) LEGO Certified Store
Feb 4 (10am–12pm) Nice (Fr) LEGO Retail Store
Feb 10 (4pm–6pm) Firenze (Ita) LEGO Certified Store
Feb 11 (10am–12pm) Napoli (Ita) LEGO Certified Store
I will be more than happy to meet you and, if you wish, to sign the LEGO IDEAS A-Frame Cabin set | No. 21338 # 46.
See you there!
Relive the journey of the A-Frame Cabin from the beginning until the very latest news of the release as an official set, below you can find all my articles published on my website:
– A-Frame Cabin (first post ever)
– A-Frame Cabin: behind the scenes of the building process
– Support the A-FrAme Cabin on LEGO IDEAS!
– A-FrAme Cabin fully detailed interiors are out now!
– A-frame Cabin reaches 10K supporters on LEGO Ideas!
– A-FrAme Cabin approved as next LEGO IDEAS set!
– The A-Frame Cabin is The Brothers Brick cover photo for November 2020!
– Santa’s Cabin
Below the story of the A-Frame Cabin on official LEGO and LEGO IDEAS website:
– The A-Frame Cabin set No. 21338 on LEGO shop on-line
– Introducing LEGO IDEAS 21338 A-Frame Cabin
– Original project on LEGO IDEAS
Below some official images of the LEGO IDEAS set A-Frame Cabin no. 21338
While I was waiting for the official release of my A-Frame Cabin as an LEGO Ideas set I built a brand-new creation. My first build of the year is a little diorama featuring a very cute sea outpost combined with a very useful…um…outhouse.
Both the building has the same color scheme, medium azure for the walls, tan for little details and medium nougat for the roof. It’s the first time I’ve used lavender plant leaves and I’m very happy with this color. Probably some details will seem familiar to you, in fact some parts come from my previous works such as Theo’s Trabuchet fishing hut which I built in the autumn of 2021.
The little outpost is built half on rock and the other half on stilts. I added a handful of little details to let it fun and lively. Do you like it? Let me know in the comments below.
As usual it’s time to look back and take stock of what I’ve done in the past twelve months.
Alongside the usual building of new MOCs (scroll the images for a deeper look and enjoy) 2022 marked a very special goal to me as my A-Frame Cabin has been selected to become an official LEGO IDEAS set, I still can’t believe it. It’s almost time for the release of the A-Frame Cabin set and I can’t wait any longer… Stay tuned in a few days LEGO will release the set and I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.
Massive thanks to all for your continued support, it’s always much appreciated & never taken for granted.
We’ll talk soon, stay tuned and keep up the good work!
As usual some extra photos of my latest work, the tribute to master Miyazaki straight from a very snowy Tokyo.
The diorama is basically composed by the dark bluish grey building plus a couple of trees, small plants and a bunch of details all around.
If you want more details about how I built Hayao’s studio in Tokyo let’s click here and jump into the the Autumn edition of the diorama.
This work was very well received, thanks to everyone for the enthusiasm.
I wish you all a Merry Christmas!
A few months ago I built the personal studio of Hayao Miyazaki, Japan’s greatest animation director and co-founder of Studio Ghibli, best-loved of all the Japanese animation studios.
Now it seems that it snowed heavily in Tokyo, so much so that Hayao is walking in snow with his snowshoes and with his Husky.
A pair of skis are already loaded on the Citroën 2CV, heading towards Mount Fuji!
Back in 1998, Hayao Miyazaki designed and built a house for his production company, called Nibariki. This house is located nearby Studio Ghibli’s main building. Nibariki means 2 horsepower in Japanese and the name is a clear tribute to the beloved Citroën 2CV that the artist has been driving for more than forty years.
Above you can see both Mr. Miyazaki’s new office and his Citroën 2CV. And of course our beloved masterful storyteller too.
Miyazaki bought his first 2CV as a university student in the early 1960s. It was a right-hand-drive model, imported from the U.K. and painted bright yellow.
A 2CV first appeared in Miyazaki’s first feature-length film, 1979’s The Castle of Cagliostro. An action-adventure tale involving a mischievous gentlemen thief, the well known Lupin III, and featuring multiple car chases, including the heroine, Clarisse, escaping in her 2CV.
Miyazaki’s current Citroën is a 1987 2CV 6 painted in light gray and is exactly like the one you see in my latest creation.