Nine new LEGO sets revealed from LEGO Ideas Test Lab challenge

Nine brand new LEGO sets have been revealed from the latest LEGO Ideas Test Lab challenge, which tasked the platform’s ‘top creators’ with designing builds from a limited palette of bricks.

The LEGO Ideas Test Lab launched in 2017 to trial new functionality, features and experiences for the crowdsourcing platform. The latest of those tests involved a group of the platform’s users taking part in an invite-only building challenge, during which they had to come up with a small, customisable build using a limited number of LEGO bricks.

The Ideas team has now shared the results of that challenge, which are nine different brand new LEGO sets that will be available to purchase directly from in 2023. Seven of those will apparently be available ‘in the coming weeks’, while the remaining two – the Christmas Sock and Sugar Skull, each themed around a holiday – will be released later this year.

There’s no word yet on how much they’ll cost, or how they’ll be packaged, but the Pick a Brick team was responsible for choosing the winning designs. That suggests the models will be available to purchase through the Pick a Brick platform, making them effectively pre-selected parts lists. The builds in question range from a customisable billboard to a pair of robots. You can check them all out below.

Cyber Explorers by Beto_Builds

LEGO Ideas Test Lab Cyber Explorers

Plant Your Garden by Mind The Brick

LEGO Ideas Test Lab Plant Your Garden

Market Stall – Fit For Any City by Boom Brickz

LEGO Ideas Test Lab Market Stall – Fit For Any City

Double-Sided Billboard or Frame by MiniBricks74279

LEGO Ideas Test Lab Double Sided Billboard or Frame

Wacky Fish by JBBrickFanatic

LEGO Ideas Test Lab Wacky Fish

Modular Motors by nasa105

LEGO Ideas Test Lab Modular Motors

Greenhouse Vignette by ThatOneGuy_Steve

LEGO Ideas Test Lab Greenhouse Vignette

Christmas Sock by BrickStability

LEGO Ideas Test Lab Christmas Sock

Sugar Skull by yop1172

LEGO Ideas Test Lab Sugar Skull

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Chris Wharfe

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. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

3 thoughts on “Nine new LEGO sets revealed from LEGO Ideas Test Lab challenge

  • 14/01/2023 at 00:33

    Hello! Thanks today for sharing this (Beto_Builds here). I think one of the main features of the designs is that they will all be customizable at the time of purchase. We still don’t know exactly what it will be like. It’s exciting! [Corrected comment. Sorry again]

  • 13/01/2023 at 22:50

    Sorry I’m from Argentina and the spanish settings from muy phone keyboard ruined my comment ?

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