10312 Icons Jazz Club Review

By Rakesh Gosai (SAFOLs Brick Deputy)

Welcome to the 18th set in the Modular Buildings Collection, the Jazz Club. This set not only features the Jazz Club, but also a rooftop greenhouse, pizzeria, and a tailor shop.

The set comes in 22 numbered bags, with instructions in a separate booklet. The build is divided into three main sections: the jazz club, the pizzeria, and the tailor’s shop. Also, something new for me, are the instructions inside a white carton and this includes a 32×32 grey baseplate inside. I enjoyed reading the facts that are between the steps. My favourite piece is the Jazz Concert piece with a minifigure playing a trumpet, this piece is beautiful!

The jazz club is the most complex section of the build. It features a 3-story structure with a stage, bar, and dance floor. The stage is decorated with a backdrop of musical notes, and the bar has a jukebox and a selection of drinks. The dance floor is made up of a series of tiles that can be moved around to create different patterns.

The pizzeria is a 2-story structure with a kitchen, dining area, and rooftop terrace. The kitchen is equipped with a pizza oven, a stove, and a sink. The dining area has a table and chairs, and the rooftop terrace has a bench and a planter. The detail for the wood burning pizza oven is outstanding! My daughter always asks about a toilet in these modular buildings, I am glad this set has it!

The tailor’s shop is a small 1-story structure with a workroom and a display window. The workroom has a sewing machine, a cutting table, and a mannequin. The display window is decorated with a selection of clothes.

The set includes 8 unique minifigures: a jazz musician, a DJ, a bartender, a pizza chef, a tailor, a customer, a couple, and a cat. The minifigures are all well-designed and have a variety of accessories, such as musical instruments, food, and clothing.

The build is challenging but rewarding. The instructions are clear and concise, and the parts are well-labeled. The set includes a number of new building techniques, such as the 45-degree doorway, which make the build even more interesting. The details in each section of this set is amazing and sure to delight expert builders.

The finished product is a stunning display piece. The attention to detail is incredible, from the intricate brickwork on the facade to the realistic instruments in the jazz club. The set is sure to bring joy to builders of all ages.

The backyards of the Modular buildings are usually unimpressive. This set fits nicely between the Boutique Hotel 10297 and the Police Station 10278. The Jazz Club is an awesome addition to any neighbourhood with its amazing colour scheme, good building techniques and plenty of details.

The set is a great value for the price. It has 2899 pieces, which is a lot of bang for your buck.

Overall, the Lego Icons 10312 Jazz Club is an excellent set that is sure to please fans of all ages. It is a challenging but rewarding build, and the finished product is a stunning display piece. I highly recommend it.