Tobias T. combined several of his modulars to form a dense street scene. The scene consists of a bike shop, ice cream parlor, and residences.
Markus Rollbühler built a fantastic microscale creation as a prize for a contest, but it looks like a winner itself. The printed Minecraft elements work fantastically as building facades, and the party hats make perfect tower rooftops.
ER0L built a firehouse and painted lady house as part of a mini Route 66 diorama. The model also features classic cars, which can be seen in a video walk through, here.
Eero Okkonen built another fantastic Art Nouveau city block from the 1900's. Like the last one we blogged about, each building on the block has it's own distinct style and features many interesting details.
Andrew Tereshencko constructed an interesting building, seemingly with Middle Eastern influence. The first unique feature I noticed are the Minifig legs, hence my name for the facade.
Over the past year J&J Lego Creations has built the National Parliament House of Bangladesh (or Jatiyo Sangshad) in three scales. The models includes a nanoscale, microscale, and trophy fig scale versions.
After a two month hiatus Jet Kwan has returned to LEGO to modify his Hong Kong skyline. The skyline has over a dozen buildings, including many landmark skyscrapers.
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.