Before the Goyard store Jae-Ho Ha previously built luxury shops. The high end stores include Gucci, Chrome Hearts, Christian Dior, and Givenchy.
Brick Slounder created the perfect home for frogs (see the images) in the form of a Craftsman House. The micro model has great part usages in the porch railings, columns, and other exterior details.
qian yj built a beautiful model of Tianfeng Tower (Tianfeng Pagoda). The 14 story tower (seven below ground) is designed in a hexagonal shape and is the tallest ancient structure in Ningbo, China.
Jae-Ho Ha built an exquisite Goyard Store. The leather goods shop has a finely detailed facade in tan and brown, as well as an upscale interior.
Montgomery Burns utilized the masonry brick as the catalyst for a small town scene. Three buildings use three different colored bricks as the basis for the model, and each is filled with many street details such as the construction scaffolding an old guy playing the accordion.
Try your hand at tennis at Jean Macou's new recreational court and building. The interior includes table tennis, racquetball and other amenities.
Sam Malmberg built a stunning castle-like structure. The Mediterranean inspired build uses cool tones to produce a simple yet effective model.
Recently the Chanel store in Amsterdam has gained quite a lot of attention in the LEGO world. Menno Keizer's version is quite spectacular, especially the beautiful transition between the glass and brick facade.
Castor Troy's latest steampunk creation is an Orichalcum (an ancient metal) Manufacturer. The three buildings are situated around a statue attributing the scientist that added the element to the periodic table.
BrickMonkey MOCs built a commissioned model of Lower downtown Manhattan. The project contains 17 one thousand piece (approx.) models, and has 20,000 pieces total.