Keeppley Chinese Hidden Garden Clubhouse K18003 Streetscape Modular
In case you are unfamiliar with the name, Keeppley is a building block brand that is part of the Enlighten Toys franchise. A quick scan on brick4.com reveals that they have produced just under 200 sets for such names as Naruto, Pokemon, Doraemon, Crayon Shin, and Hello Kitty to name a few. If you see sets with the names Enlighten, Keeppely, and Qman, they are all part of the same brand. In 2020, Keeppley expanded into the Chinese Street Architecture theme, with the Lucky Hotpot Restaurant K18001, then shortly thereafter the Qiyun Luxury Hotel K18002 and Keeppley Chinese Hidden Garden Clubhouse K18003
New for this year is the Yinyi Garden and Entertainment Center K18003. The Entertainment center consists of three stories in an L-shaped layout. Where your normal modular building sits on a 32×32 stud baseplate, this one has a footprint of 36 by 42 studs. If you want to fit this into your modular city, you might have to make some adjustments. This is a decent-sized set with well over 2000 pieces I’d imagine.
Typically, a modular building has a very interesting front facade, with a not-so-interesting backside. The Keeppley entertainment center is an exception as both the front and rear of the building are exquisitely and richly detailed. Dominating the front corner of the building is a large signboard that runs the entire height of the three floors. The meaning of the characters on the sign, 隐逸园 is hidden Garden
- All printed pieces, no stickers.
- Set swivels open making for a unique design.
- 6 characters are included.