Fans of The Office Can Now Build Their Own Dunder Mifflin

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Despite airing its last episode in 2013, The Office has a devout group of fans that still find new ways to show their love and appreciation for the hit NBC series. And now they can build their very own replica of the Dunder Mifflin offices with this LEGO-like construction set from Phatmojo.

The set contains 367 pieces and is available on Amazon for $36.12 (find it here). Fans can create the reception area, Jim Halpert and Dwight Schrute’s desks (stapler in Jell-O not included), and the office of the self-appointed “world’s best boss,” otherwise known as Michael Scott. The toy also comes with important elements of the real set, such as Pam’s watercolor drawing and minifigures of Jim, Dwight, and Michael.


The iconic mockumentary-style sitcom first aired back in 2005 and followed the lives of employees at the Scranton, Pennsylvania, branch of the Dunder Mifflin paper company. And despite the fact that many people weren't too optimistic about the show's future when it debuted to subpar ratings, The Office soon found success and ran for nine seasons. You can find out more about the series—including the story behind John Krasinski’s rough audition for Jim—by checking out these Office facts.

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