Isaac Snyder's latest is an artfully put together fantasy town. The nine structures fit together flawlessly, and each feature their own unique design elements. Particularly eye catching are the open studs trimming the light bluish grey building and the open anti-studs giving texture to the exterior of the medium blue building.
Александр Сухов built Florean Fortescue's Ice Cream Parlour. The Diagon Alley (from Harry Potter) build is noted for its larger than life ice cream and variety of flavors.
The Imperial Hotel is dl_bricks' first modeled share on Flickr. The four story modular was recently remodeled, however Art Deco remnants are found in the lobby. A mix of modern amenities and an elegant ballroom complete the model.
Las Vegas is the eighth model (ninth if you include the Great Wall of China) in the LEGO Architecture Skyline series. The current version uses 501 pieces and replaces the original model (21038), with the Bellagio Hotel in place of Mandalay Bay Hotel. A horrific event at Mandalay Bay in October 2017 prompted LEGO's decision … Continue reading Set Review – Las Vegas Skyline (21047)
Niek Geurts created the Oosterpark scene, depicting a contemporary Dutch street. The scene features a three story residential unit, a bus with station, a rest area, and a canal.
Erin Toepfner displayed her amazing Stone Haus Tavern this past weekend at Brickfair Virginia. Her use of plates, masonry bricks, and round plates creates an amazingly rustic brick look that perfectly compliments the more subdued half timbered upper floors. The detailed gardens and minifigures make the tavern cozy and inviting.
Palixa And The Bricks modified the Green Grocer (10185) modular. The new design includes an additional floor, reworked roof, and more furnishings.
Christiaan Beem of Boost Your Bricks designed a micro version of Tribune Tower, located in Chicago, IL. The skyscraper, which uses 1700 pieces, has instructions available for purchase.
The Rathaus, or Vienna City Hall, was completed in 1883 in a Neo-Gothic style. The LEGO model, built by Harald, is noted for its open arcades and soaring spire.
koenigbricks built a modular inspired from Strandvägen, a fashionable boulevard in Stockholm. The three story building is complete with 2123 pieces.