LEGO Has Revealed The Office Set, Scheduled for Release in October

LEGO Has Revealed The Office Set, Scheduled for Release In OctoberRecently, LEGO unveiled a preview for their new The Office-themed set, showcasing some of the show’s most iconic scenes. This sculpture, which was inspired by the comedy series that aired from 2005 to 2013, uses 1,164 bricks to build the notorious Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. 15 mini-figures of some of the most adored characters, such as Michael Scott, Dwight Schrute, and Jim Halpert, will also be included.

The Scranton Branch…In LEGO Pieces!

The set will also feature accessory pieces inspired by the show’s biggest scenes, such as Jim’s teapot, letter, and engagement ring for Pam, Michael’s script, Dwight’s concealed weaponry, Kevin’s spilled pot of chili, and a stapler in gelatine. These elements will all be included.

There has got to be a “World’s Greatest Boss” mug in there somewhere, right? Shortly after LEGO released the teaser, a number of fans of The Office flocked to social media to express their excitement over the set.

According to an online magazine, the creator of this The Office LEGO set is a superfan named Jaijai Lewis, who is also a member of the LEGO Ideas community. Mr. Lewis reportedly first submitted sample models in 2014 and 2019, respectively. In collaboration with LEGO Ideas designers Laura and Chris Perron, who are a married couple, Lewis built the piece once it was determined that both sets had garnered enough votes to move forward with production.

About The Office

The Office’s brief first season got mixed reviews. However, subsequent seasons – especially those starring Carell, received widespread praise from TV critics. This could be because the show’s characters, subject matter, format, and tone significantly deviated from the British original. These seasons were listed among the best TV shows of the year by several critics, and they received numerous honors, including four Primetime Emmy Awards, one for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2006, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, a Golden Globe Award for Carell’s performance, and a Peabody Award in 2006.