Chris Eyerly built a large version of the Laurent House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The challenging part of the model is the courtyard formed by the curved exterior and stone wall. In addition to the successful courtyard construction, the model uses a great color palette on the exterior walls.
For the 2017 MOCer Games contest MCLegoboy ! built a medieval-fied version of the iconic Space Needle. The proportion is slightly bulkier than the Seattle landmark, to accommodate turrets and a medieval style of architecture.
Kai NRG/Geneva used cone elements to complete the Cone Castle for a contest. The castle is surrounded by upside down plant pieces and gray stonework. One of my favorite part usages is the minifig hands used as flags on the castle towers.
Diego Baca rendered an awesome version of Machu Picchu. The 511 piece model includes several key features of the site, such as Temple of the Sun, the Sacred Rock and a Llama!
TheNerdyOne_ built the Paris skyline for the Rebrick contest. The model includes Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Panthéon, Notre-Dame, and the July Column.
Birgitte Jonsgard continues to add to her classic buildings collection. Her latest build is Mona's Motel, which in addition to the cool architecture also has some awesome vehicles.
Tobias T. built the Sideways Building, a reference to the snot techniques used on the main facade. The blue sideways bricks are offset by half of a brick to create a neat masonry effect. Also, the texture of the building create a seamless transition between floors, allowing them to easily interchange.