WIRED sends thoughtful gifts to the world's top architects, hoping they would further demonstrate their design creativity.

LEGOs are pretty much the all-time favorite when it comes to toys – adults think so too. A while back, the toy company LEGO introduced its Architecture Studio, a set of building blocks made specially for adults. In the box, you will find 1,200 white and translucent pieces, and a very much missing instruction manual.

To test the creativity of adults, Wired sent a set of Lego Architecture Studio to three world- renowned architects and waited for their one-of-a-kind design models to take shape.

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