LEGO Architecture 21057 Singapore price and release date revealed

LEGO Architecture 21057 Singapore has been added to the official online store, confirming the price and releasing date of the 2022 set.

Following the announcement on social media, the set number of 21057 Singapore has been confirmed thanks to its addition to LEGO.com. Alongside the release date and price, a full gallery of images is also now available to detail exactly which buildings from Singapore are represented in the model.

The Marina Bay Sands hotel sits on the left with the Gardens by the Bay below it, stretching behind the Fullerton hotel. On the right side of the build, Lau Pau Sat, One Raffles Place, the OCBC Centre and the Boat Quay can be found.

21057 Singapore is priced at £54.99 in the UK, $59.99 in the US and €59.99 in Europe for 829 pieces. You can expect to see the set on shelves in-store and online from January 1, 2022.

This is the 14th set in the Skylines subtheme of Architecture after the release of 21052 Dubai and 21051 Tokyo in 2020 and is also the first 2022 for the theme to be confirmed.

Previous rumours for the model stated the same set number and US cost that have now been confirmed and this follows 21021 Marina Bay Sands as the second build based on Singapore.

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2 thoughts on “LEGO Architecture 21057 Singapore price and release date revealed

  • 03/01/2022 at 21:15
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    In this article you mention that Singapore is the “14th” architecture skyline but by my count and everything I can find online it is the 13th. Can you please list all the Skyline Architecture sets that Lego has produced?

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    • 03/01/2022 at 21:46
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      We’re counting both Las Vegas skylines (21038 and 21047) even though one was cancelled as they both have a unique set number and differences in the build. Not counting it though, you’re right that Singapore is the 13th Architecture skyline.

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