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Introducing LEGO® Ideas 21336 The Office

Introducing LEGO® Ideas 21336 The Office set a tribute to the Emmy® Award-winning U.S. version of The Office. Originally submitted to LEGO Ideas by Jaijai Lewis (aka Lego The Office on LEGO Ideas) in 2015, he continued to refine and advocate for his love of this show through several iterations submitted in 2019 and finally in 2020, after which it was approved for production.

You can learn more about Jaijai and his unrelenting passion for The Office in his 10K Club Interview.



Relive hilarious and heartwarming scenes from the series with this new, fantastic LEGO® Ideas display model. Build a LEGO brick section of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company’s branch office in Scranton, including ‘World’s Best Boss’ Michael Scott’s office. Add 15 minifigures of the show’s main characters, plus countless accessories to remind you of laugh-out-loud moments. 

Accessory elements included are inspired by classic scenes such as Jim’s teapot, letter and engagement ring for Pam; Michael’s screenplay, "Threat Level Midnight;” Dwight’s hidden weapons; Kevin’s pot of chili; and a stapler in gelatin that reference unforgettable moments from the show

The full character line-up includes Michael Scott, Dwight Schrute, Jim Halpert, Pam Beesly, Ryan Howard, Angela Martin, Oscar Martinez, Kevin Malone, Stanley Hudson, Kelly Kapoor, Phyllis Lapin Vance, Meredith Palmer, Creed Bratton, Toby Flenderson and Darryl Philbin, plus a LEGO figure of Angela’s cat, Garbage.

The Office set consisting of 1,164 LEGO elements will be exclusively available on Walmart in the USA and be available through LEGO Brand Retail internationally. It is available for pre-order in select locations already starting today, the 15th of July 2022, via both and online at Walmart. It is available in all other countries from the 1st of October 2022. The recommended retail price is US $119.99 – CA $149.99 – DE €119.99 – UK £104.99 – FR €119.99 – DK 999DKK (*EURO pricing varies by country. For regional prices please visit

Hear from the Fan Designer and LEGO Designers

Speaking about his love for The Office, LEGO Ideas fan designer Jaijai says, “For me, it’s a show I go to for comfort. It’s hilarious, relatable and heartwarming. I’ve heard from thousands of supporters over the years that during moments of hardship, they will watch it to lift their spirits. Overall, I worked on this project for nearly seven years. I used behind-the scenes photos, set blueprints and re-watched the show as references for my designs. It was a lot of fun to recreate classic moments from the show over the years. Even after I hit 10,000 votes, I continued adding new features to improve the model. One of my biggest changes was rescaling it to make the set smaller while keeping so many characters. I’m so grateful to the fans who came out to promote and vote for my latest designs, it really means a lot to me.”

Jaijai's The Office set was turned into an official LEGO Ideas set by LEGO Model Designers (and husband and wife duo) Laura and Chris Perron, as well as Graphic Designer Diego Sancho. Laura and Chris Perron worked on the set as the LEGO Group’s own Jim and Pam.

“Jaijai did a great job refining the scope and scale of the model, and we created the final layout and structure to capture as many iconic angles as possible, with room for 15 minifigures (and a cat). It was special being able to co-design this set with my wife, Laura; we felt we could play up the Jim and Pam dynamic. (Air high-five!) We didn’t want to hold back on references, so there are extra stickers and accessories to recreate your favorite moments.” says Chris Perron, LEGO Model Designer

Laura Perron continues "This project let me combine three things I love: my husband (Chris), The Office and LEGO bricks! We’re huge fans of the show and worked out a lot of the references and jokes in the model over dinner conversations at home. I’m really happy with how the reception desk turned out – its curve is very iconic, and we wanted to get it just right!”


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