LEGO Ideas project lives on the edge as it reaches first 2022 review

An overlapping model is the latest project to make its way into the first 2022 LEGO Ideas review as the build spills off its base and into the real world.

Another LEGO Ideas project has gathered enough support to be considered for a future LEGO set in the first 2022 review, coming from the same user who already has Land Ahoy in a previous review stage – Ralf Ranghaal.

Their latest project depicts a medieval tower with wooden beams and stonework scattered throughout the build. However, the twist is that the base is hanging over one corner of the shelf that it sits upon.

While this might make it harder to build, it allows the display piece to creep into the real world by extending outside of the usual boundaries of a LEGO model. It also includes a full interior with the back wall open for easy access.

This is the 35th project in the first 2022 LEGO Ideas review and you can see every potential future set in the latest line-up below:

Living on the Edge
Satisfactory Constructor
Farm Life
Pneumatic Steam Locomotive
The Notting Hill Market
The Orient Express, a Legendary Train
Magical Village Over The Bridge
The Legend of the Sea Serpent
Air Jordan 1
The Market Village
Aladdin: Friend Like Me (30th Anniversary Special)
Gilmore Girls House
The Castle of Brickwood Forest
Lancia Delta Integrale 16v Rally Car (1990)
The Opera
Polaroid OneStep SX-70
Hanging Flowers
Wuppertaler Schwebebahn/Wuppertal Suspension Railway
Adventure Box
Sherlock Holmes – 221B Baker Street
Boeing 747 Cockpit
LEGO Insects
The Polar Express 20th Anniversary
Mach Patrol
Santa’s Cottage
The Library
Tales of the Space Age
The Kit-Cat Clock
Steampunk Airship
Mini City Diorama: London with Underground Train Station!
The LEGO Toilet
LEGO Koala
Wild West Mine
The Legendary Concorde
The Forestmen Secret Inn

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One thought on “LEGO Ideas project lives on the edge as it reaches first 2022 review

  • 02/04/2022 at 12:55
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    OMGOSH. I hope the Gilmore Girls House makes it through, then there could be Luke’s Coffee Shop etc etc.

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