Five new sets designed by LEGO fans are coming in 2024! Brick Cross Train Station, Ominous Isle, Logging Railway, Ocean House and Mushroom House will be available for pre-order next June.
BrickLink Designer Program is the LEGO Group’s way of getting more fan-designed sets into the hands of other LEGO fans. The review process recently concluded for Series 2 and the five successful designs have been announced:
Brick Cross Train Station is brickester’s 3,034 piece train station that fits the Modular Building Collection template. It should be perfect for fans of real life LEGO sets.
Ominous Isle feels like it is channelling the beloved LEGO Pirates theme and will go nicely with 10320 Eldorado Fortress. Jazlecraz designed the 2,773 piece island.
Logging Railway is made of 2,706 pieces and will offer a really fresh approach to a LEGO train. While getting the elevated track will be a bit repetitive, it will be well worth it.
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Ocean House presents an idyllic take on island life, designed by Hanwas and using 2,157 elements.
Mushroom House is a smaller model from Jonas Kramm, with the whimsical model built from 943 parts. This MOC features in Blocks magazine: 100 Incredible LEGO Builds.
The sets will be available for pre-order in April 2024 and will ship late 2024. The LEGO parts palette for BrickLink Designer Program Series 3 is now live. You can design a model digitally and upload it to BrickLink in order to be considered for Series 3. There will be a webinar with advice for entrants on August 30.
You can upload a submission for Series 3 between September 18 and September 29. Those that are submitted will be up for the public vote between October 9 and October 24.