ArchBrick is a LEGO architecture blog for all fans of LEGO. The blog highlights fan built architecture creations from builders around the world. ArchBrick also attempts to catalog LEGO versions of landmarks. Blog posts and inspirational images are updated daily, so check back often for great creations!
Paul Wellington, aka Luap31, is the founder ArchBrick. He loves LEGO architecture, especially microscale builds. Currently he is working on Metropolis, a modular micro city. Paul is a member of KLUG and regularly displays throughout the Wisconsin area. Outside of LEGO Paul holds a Master’s degree in Architecture but is pursuing a career in the library field. Feel free to check out his Flickr page here.
Rocco Buttliere is an architecture student in his final year of studies at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. While he has been building with LEGO for as long as he can remember, it wasn’t until 2009 that he started making microscale landmarks at a common 1:650 scale. Since then, he has built more than fifty models and is an exceptionally active member of the national and international AFOL community. He regularly displays his models at BrickUniverse shows and was the recipient of the Brickworld Master award at Brickworld Chicago 2016. You can view his Flickr page here.
David Guedes, aka Lettuce, is an AFOL that enjoys building in a number of LEGO themes. He always returns to building his favorite theme, early to mid-20th century North American architecture. He enjoys displaying his buildings and other MOCs at west coast AFOL conventions like BrickCan, BrickCon, and Bricks Cascade, as well as part of collaborative layouts at local train and hobby shows in and around Vancouver. He is a member of the VLC, and the founder of DaveLUG. You can view his Flickr page here.
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