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The Office Lego Set Is an Official Recreation of the Show with Minifigs for the Whole Cast

Lego The Office Dunder Mifflin preorder opens Lego Ideas minifigs

Lego is recreating the iconic cubicles of NBC’s legendary comedy, The Office, for its latest brick-based diorama. This miniature version of everyone’s favorite comfort show comes with the Dunder Mifflin Scranton Branch’s famed office spaces, including Pam Beesly’s desk, the bullpen, Michael Scott’s cluttered office, and the conference room.

In typical Lego fashion, the real quality lies in the tiny details crammed into every stud around the office. Obvious references such as the stapler in the gelatin make appearances here, but there will surely be many, many more to find, too. Of course, Lego made sure to create minifigures for every fan-favorite face from The Office as well, making this set particularly hard to pass up.

The Office is part of the Lego Ideas collection and costs $119.99. Preorders are open on the company’s website now, with orders set to ship October 1, 2022. Until then, see an introduction video highlighting this faithful recreation below.

Lego has built more than simple sitcom recreations for its millions of fans. One of our favorite recent builds is The Mighty Bowser, a gargantuan Lego version of Mario’s infamous arch nemesis. And on the video game front, Lego has recently offered up Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and Lego Builder’s Journey.

Lego The Office Dunder Mifflin preorder opens Lego Ideas minifigs

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