Any architect with a love of Modernism would enjoy displaying one of the most famous modern houses of all time on their desk. Villa Savoye, designed in the 1920s by Le Corbusier, displays all five of Corb's basic tenants of architecture: Pilotis, a functional roof, an open plan, ribbon windows, and non-load-bearing skin. Part of the LEGO Architecture Series, the design of this particular LEGO creation took 15 iterations.
This is a great gift for the nostalgic architect who played with LEGOs as a child. It may seem a little corny, but it will definitely bring a smile to the face of any architect who is truly a kid at heart.