LEGO The Office Set lets you live out your miniature Dunder Mifflin dreams


Although it was created in 2005, the fictional American sitcom Office remained a cultural touchstone for many, creating household names from Steve Carrell, John Krazinsky, Mindy Kalingand Rainn Wilson just to name a few extremely talented ensemble cast members. Since its end in 2013, it has remained in the public consciousness through merchandise, memes, GIFs and now through tiny plastic bricks. Thanks to the LEGO Ideas fan designer Jaijai Lewis, fans can finally own their own little version of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. Lewis first created Lego Office on LEGO Ideas in 2015, and continued to remodel his designs from 2019, until finally getting approved in 2020.

Lewis shared that he was a fan of Office for several years and thought about creating a Lego inspired by the series, in line with the toy company’s 2014 release The Big Bang Theory Position. “In 2014 I heard that LEGO was releasing a set for ‘The Big Bang Theory’ and I thought it was a great idea. I was really hoping at that time that they would make one for my favorite show, ‘The Office’. trying to make one myself.”


Made up of 1,164 LEGO pieces, the set includes many distinct references from the series, including Michael Scott’s ‘World’s Best Boss’ mug, an engagement letter and ring for Pam Beesly, Jim Halpert’s teapot, the Screenplay by Michael’s “Threat Level Midnight”, Weapons by Dwight Schrute, and Chili by Kevin Malone. Of course, a LEGO minifigure of Angela Garbage’s cat is also included, along with Ryan Howard, Angela Martin, Oscar Martinez, Toby Flenderson, Meredith Palmer, Darryl Philbin, Kelly Kapoor, Creed Bratton, Phyllis Lapin Vance and Stanley Hudson.

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Based on the BBC series of the same name, the Emmy Award-winning NBC show Office is known for its hilarious documentation of the typical workplace. Its long-standing appeal to viewers extends to children, adults, and especially those who have worked in an office. Lewis, a proud fan, spoke about his love for comedy: “For me, it’s a show that I go to for comfort. It’s hilarious, relatable and heartwarming. I’ve heard thousands of fans over the years say that during tough times they would watch it to lift their spirits.”

Office The set is available for pre-order online and in select locations. While you wait for the set to be released, you can watch this compilation of Jim pranking Dwight:


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