LEGO Ideas 21338 A-Frame Cabin designer signing tour announced

LEGO fans in France and Italy will have the opportunity to get their copy of 21338 A-Frame Cabin signed by its fan designer in February.

The latest LEGO Ideas set goes on sale to VIP members on February 1, ahead of a wide release on February 4. It’s based on a design by Italian builder Andrea Lattanzio, who already has his copies of the set in hand – and who will be touring LEGO Stores across Italy and France this week and next, signing 21338 A-Frame Cabin boxes for early adopters.

His tour will encompass four LEGO Certified Stores in France and Italy, and one official LEGO Brand Store in Nice. You can check out Lattanzio’s full schedule in the table below.

LEGO StoreDateLocal time
LEGO Certified Store Grenoble (France)February 1, 202310am-12pm
LEGO Certified Store Milano San Babila (Italy)February 3, 20234pm-6pm
LEGO Brand Store Nice (France)February 4, 202310am-12pm
LEGO Certified Store Firenze (Italy)February 10, 20234pm-6pm
LEGO Certified Store Napoli (Italy)February 11, 202310am-12pm

21338 A-Frame Cabin is the 46th LEGO Ideas set, and comes in at 2,082 pieces for £159.99 / $179.99 / €179.99. If you haven’t yet signed up to the LEGO VIP program, it’s free to join – and includes benefits like points to spend on future purchases and early access to brand new sets. Head over to LEGO.com to become a member.

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For more on 21338 A-Frame Cabin, check out five hidden references you probably won’t have spotted, and find out why it marks a major milestone for one of its designers.

Featured image: Andrea Lattanzio

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I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then.