saabfan2013 entered the Rebrick Architecture Faves contest with a model of the San Francisco skyline. The model includes the Golden Gate Bridge, Palace of Fine Arts, Salesforce Tower, Coit Tower, Transamerica Pyramid, and row houses.
Guillaume Pisella rendered the National Congress of Brazil, located in Brasilia. The model contains 2803 parts and is characterized by its two domes and towers.
vboihuynh designed a microscale version of Gouda's old town hall, located in the Netherlands. It is one of the oldest Gothic town halls in the country. The model uses 1136 pieces and a large amount of SNOT techniques.
Iyan Ha's Catholic Church is quite amazing. Not only is the model stunning both inside and out, but LED light also illuminate the church's stained glass windows.
bricksandtiles constructed a digital model of a Baroque cathedral. The highly detailed model seems to be inspired from St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
Luis Peña designed a 1:100 scale model of the Arch of Medicine & Campanile, within the University of Concepción. The model pays tribute to Luis' time at the university and uses 4,000 pieces.
nicebricks designed the Falcon's Nest, a fortified Crusade outpost. The castle MOC is the result of inspiration over the years, with use of great techniques and details.
Ben Rose build a fantastic mixed use cyberpunk building with a ramen shop on the first floor. The structure looks like it could have originally been built in the 20th century, with futuristic technological additions made in the future. The most eye catching feature is the tree growing out of a hole in the roof, … Continue reading Ramen Shop
FiliusRucilo built two modular townhouses, inspired from The LEGO Neighborhood by Brian & Jason Lyles. The three story homes are similar in design yet differ through their subtle details.
✠ Corvus Auriac MOCs ✠'s commission of Castell y Llyn uses over 20,000 pieces. The model is quite complex in texture and construction, which was designed in different portions (as seen below).