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32 LEGO Ideas Submissions Have Made it Into the Next Review

On the LEGO Ideas blog, LEGO has published details of the sets which made it into the final review of 2021. There are 36 submissions altogether, each of which received 10,000 votes, and therefore making them eligible to be assessed by a panel of LEGO employees.

As per every LEGO Ideas review, each set will be assessed on its viability and suitability. The panel will then decide which sets out of the 36 will enter production. It might be just one set that’s chosen, or it might be two or three.

As a reminder, the criteria that LEGO Ideas sets are assessed on includes:

  • Products already on shelves
  • New products currently in development
  • Licensing possibilities
  • Production capacity
  • Build quality
  • Feasibility
  • Playability
  • Expected demand
  • Brand fit

There are some very interesting sets in this review. There’s a mixture of original ideas and sets based on existing IP. We’ve picked out several of our favourites below.

Great Coral Reef by Kris Kelvin

Terrariums by Galaxy333

The Dojo by SpaceBrick54

LEGO Rubik’s Cube (Working) by puzzLEGO1

The Meeting Point by Lepralego

Other Ideas include a Sherriff’s Office, a model based on Gremlins, a McDonald’s restaurant, a Pirate Tavern, a Studio Ghibli-inspired model, an Orchid, a Castle Outpost and a Brooklyn Nine Nine studio set.

You can browse a full list of the 36 sets up for review, including images, on the LEGO Ideas blog.

We’ll find out around summertime which set or sets have been chosen. They’ll join the following LEGO Ideas sets which are currently in production:

In addition, the results of the second LEGO Ideas review of 2021 should be coming very soon, so watch this space.

Let us know which set you’d like to see enter production by commenting below.

Written by Kim

Kim has loved Lego since she was a kid, but didn't get back into the plastic bricks until her late 20s. In the last several years that love has become an obsession, and Lego has taken over her house, and her life! When she's not building Lego, she's likely to be playing video games or writing about them: she's also the co-owner of You'll also find her work over on Space and LiveScience.

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