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LEGO®2000430SERIOUS PLAY®SERIOUS PLAY®

Identity and Landscape Kit

Identity and Landscape Kit45.
Average rating4out of 5 stars
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The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® program is a radical and innovative process designed to enhance business performance through building with LEGO bricks.

The LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Identity and Landscape Kit is designed for use in conjunction with the Starter Kit (2000414) for workshops longer than 3 – 5 hours. It supports a group of 10 - 12 workshop participants.

Includes:
  • Large special mix of LEGO bricks combined with DUPLO elements including animals.
  • Extensive selection of special elements such as wheels, tires, windows, trees, mini figure parts, sticks, globes, spiral tubes, ladders, and fences.
  • Large selection of base plates.
  • 3 orange plastic sorting trays

If you are a certified LEGO® Serious Play Facilitator and need to purchase quantities greater than the limitations noted on this page, please contact Consumer Services at Customer Service 00-800-5346-5555.

Note: The Identity and Landscape kit does not come with any kind of instructions or instructor’s manual. Training in how to design and facilitate LEGO SERIOUS PLAY workshops using the Identity and Landscape kit can be obtained through the LEGO SERIOUS PLAY Community.

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Identity and Landscape Kit
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Overall RatingAverage rating4out of 5 stars
(9 Reviews)
56% would recommend this product.

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  • June 15th, 2014
    Average rating5out of 5 stars
    not for kids
    | 25-34
    I would recommend this to a friend!
    I also love LSP concept, it's a great. Few more transparent brick (Duplo) would be nice, but apart from it the set is pretty okay. Pricy, but well, this is for companies.
    Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars
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  • August 1st, 2015
    Average rating5out of 5 stars
    Great for team building
    | 55-64
    I would recommend this to a friend!
    If you evaluate this product on a price per piece basis, you're missing the point. This set is worth every penny as the basis for a corporate team building event. It is not intended for the typical Lego enthusiast.
    Play ExperienceAverage rating5out of 5 stars
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  • November 16th, 2013
    Average rating3out of 5 stars
    Not Worth It
    | 14-18
    This is so not wroth it! $780! That just beet the most expensive LEGO Set ever! And it only has almost 3000 pieces! All this is a bunch of Lego Pieces basically. But... the pieces are very awesome. But it's still not worth it. 300$ is worth it but seriously, this is not worth your money. If your some rich dude who loves Legos go ahead and buy it but for Lego fans who like to save up for good stuff, don't buy this. Overall it's a Ok set. 5/10
    Play ExperienceAverage rating3out of 5 stars
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  • March 2nd, 2018
    Average rating5out of 5 stars
    I literally just found my 23rd Birthday Present!!!
    I would recommend this to a friend!
    Purchased for: Self
    THIS THING IS AWESOME!!!!! It's got some many unique pieces!!! Some of which I didn't even know were still in production, (I'm looking at you, trans-orange asteroid piece). I mean really, boats, castles, minifigs, wheels, nets, ropes, cables, baseplates, antennas, plants, trays, railings, I'm pretty sure I say some sharks in there, and ALL. THAT. GOLD!!!!! I mean really, I thought they stopped making Chrome Gold ingots, guess I was wrong..... Plus you've got ladders, axles, gears, flags, hats, skeletons, wooden tubs and crates, and I counted at least two BURP bricks. Plus, although I won't be using them, the lineup also includes several Duplo elements, which the timing couldn't be better , as we just welcomed a new addition to the family in the form of my older cousin's new baby girl!!! He must be so proud, and I'm certain he'll appreciate the gift that Older Second Cousin Matthew got for his daughter, who is the Younger Second Cousin to me, Older Second Cousin Matthew, (I would call myself Uncle Matthew, but I don't think my Older Cousin would like that too much, as he has a younger Brother and even younger Sister, both of whom are my younger cousins, (I should note that, as far as my 7 younger cousins go, my older cousin's little siblings are the oldest of my younger cousins)). Now, where was I? Oh right, this set totally screams EVERYTHING IS AWESOME at the top of it's little plastic minifig lungs!!! Plus, this set totally reminds me of the first Lego Brick Bucket I ever got, it had a couple minifigs, a little red-and-light-grey tow-hook piece, a little yellow antenna, some wheels, and a whole bunch of bricks!!! Just like this set, only this is that original set all grown up!!! Hold on, let me see if I can find that set number anywhere..... Checks Brickset.... Asks why in the name of Mata Nui they list over 400 entries under basic but don't show anything when you lock on it..... keeps looking.... Right, found it..... This set is just like set 4288, except it's all grown up!!! EVERYTHING IS STILL AWESOME!!!!! I am seriously going to have a second childhood moment with this thing, that is, of course, if my mother finds it worthy of her time and money....... Can't believe I'm going to be 23 and I'm still not financially stable. Oh well, beats being stuck at.... Oh, I better not say that place's name again.... Anyways, this set is totally awesome, and I'm more than certain there is even more to this set than what meets the eye. Although, I will say that, for the same parts count as most Modular Buildings, I think over $700 is a little extreme, but I can see why, as a lot of the elements in this set are older, and some of which I am actually surprised to see here, considering how long ago they were first made!!! The only thing that could've made this set even better, would have been to include one of those unreleased Lego Wild West Theme Buffalo figures. That would have made this set PERFECT!!! Anyways, THIS IS AWESOME!!! I rate it 10/10 for the parts included, and about 3/10 for the price, seriously, $790 dollars is a little much, I could see the new UCS Millennium Falcon going for this much, but not this. Either way, AWESOME SET!!! Rockatoa, Brickticks out!
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