Farnsworth House Becomes Latest Lego Architecture Set to Store Away From Sticky Fingers

We thought Lego would never bring out another set in its Architecture series, but here we go—the beautiful Farnsworth House, which you may recognize thanks to its mid-century modernism design and National Historic Landmark seal-of-approval.

Designed and constructed between 1945 - 1051 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the house is located in Illinois. Made from steel and glass, it may have just one room and measure 1,500sq foot, but it's one of the most well-known pieces of American architecture around.

No surprise that it joins the Fallingwater House Lego set from 2009, then. It's available to buy on Lego's site for $60—but make sure you tell the kids this is Daddy's Lego set, not theirs. [Lego via OhGizmo]