At first glance aukbricks' brick house seems pretty realistic! The contemporary building uses a mix of brick and panel walls to achieve a wonderful rendering of a two story house.
Erwin te Kortschot completed a model of ADAM Tower in Amsterdam for Kawneer, a supplier of architectural aluminum. The model was built for show at the Polyclose exhibition in Belgium.
Oscar Cederwall (o0ger) attempted his second classic modular, containing 3200 pieces. "Cavity Corner" is an apt name for the building, as it contains a dentist and sweet shop.
Weilong Yao created a unique grayscale skyline filled with great part usages. The mini Shanghai model comes with five landmarks, the Shanghai International Conference Center, Oriental Pearl Tower, Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center, and Shanghai Tower.
Jet Kwan (legoarchitecturemoc) constructed a micro version of the Parliament of Canada, located in Ottawa. The civic building is centered around the clock tower, which is constructed with a series of grille tiles, bars, and technic elements.
Return to a more peaceful time without cell phones, computers, and the internet with Sandro Damiano's medieval windmill. The 5200 piece model includes an extremely detailed home, windmill, and landscape, and also has a working windmill.
ZiO Chao returned to building framed skyline by creating the Petronas Towers, located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The Petronas Towers are framed by lesser towers, and the entire model is only a few bricks in depth.
Elspeth De Montes recreated the Mirador apartment building (Madrid, Spain) in honor of the start of Marchitecture. The micro model is made possible through the extensive use of grille tiles.
Mansur Soeleman designed Young Hall, the main academic building of Lake Forest College. The 1:350 scale campus building has some nice construction techniques to achieve the difficult facade and roof designs.
1soko built a great model of the Temple of Kukulcan from the Chichen Itza complex, of the Ancient Mayans. Upon a closer look you can see the difficulty of building the stepped pyramid, due to the complex angles of the steps.