The seventh project on LEGO Ideas has reached 10,000 supporter’s votes, and at first glance, it’s massive. NBC’s The Office by the appropriately named LEGO The Office weighs in at a massive 17 minifigures, and 1723 parts all up. That many minifigures is incredible!
The creator is a crazy big fan of the NBC’s The Office, and while I wasn’t a fan of the US version, I thought the UK version was hilarious. Nevertheless, LEGO The Office knows the scripts off by heart and has packed in a huge amount of detail into this project. Below is an excerpt of what’s included, taken from the project page – it’s mindblowing.
This set is comprised of the main office space (e.g. – Reception, the Sales Team, Accounting), Michael’s office, the Conference Room and Darryl’s office. Each of the rooms is designed to be modular, so they can be connected together easily or separated. There are also a lot of details for longtime office fans who want to recreate their favorite episodes or make new ones.
- Michael’s Golden Dundie
- Michael’s Hats (a Turban for his Johnny Carson impersonation, a beret to be Date Mike, a Top Hat for Magic Mike and a Santa Hat)
- Dwight’s Bobble head in Jell-O (Pranks!)
- Angela’s Cats
- Kevin’s Candy Jar and Pizza (from Alfredo’s Pizza Cafe)
- Creed’s guitar
- Michael’s “World’s Best Boss” mug
- Kelly’s Cellphone
- Meredith’s Water Bottle
- Pam’s Ring (which fits in Jim’s suitcase)
- Stanley’s Crossword and Pretzel
- Erin’s plant
- Dwight’s Bow (hidden) and a bear
- Andy’s Mic and Guitar
- Phyllis’ sewing needles
- Pam’s painting palette and brush
- Jim’s Basketball
- A hole where Andy punched the wall (regulaTechnic piece)
- Desks, Swiveling Chairs, Phones, Computers and mugs for all the staff
- A Christmas tree, holiday gift boxes, Santa Hat and Beard for Michael or Phyllis, Elf Ears for Dwight and a Snowman to scare Jim
The mini-figs include Michael, Jim, Pam, Dwight, Erin, Andy, Phyllis, Stanley, Kelly, Toby, Darryl, Creed, Meredith, Angela and Kevin.
You can check out a truckload more photos at the LEGO Ideas project page, as well as other projects that deserve your support!
This set joins Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, Quest Builder, Red Arrows Hawk, Venetian Houses, The Blues Mobile and Sega Classic Arcade Machines in the review stage. There are some pretty incredible projects that are close to achieving the required 10,000 votes, so head over to LEGO Ideas and give these hard-working designers your support.