Although Lego has experienced an impressive resurgence in recent years, most of their current products have lacked the timeless quality that originally created such a strong cult following of the brand. There is one exception, however, which has been the introduction of the Lego Architecture series, a collection of carefully crafted sets replicating architectural wonders of the modern world, often using specially colored Lego with impressive accuracy. Although they aren't cheap, nostalgic Lego lovers can still find the magic that made the brand so beloved in their youth in these "thinking man's" Lego sets.
The latest addition to the series is the Robie House by Frank Lloyd Wright, currently a National Historic Landmark located in Chicago's Hyde Park. According to Wikipedia, the house represents the epitomy of Wright's praire style, "the first architectural style that was uniquely American."