Etel Enzos recreated scenes from the first half of the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. The model begins in The Shire, travels through Old Forest, followed by the Brandiwine river, the village of Bree, Weathertop and finally Rivendell.
B3ar, a newer builder to Flickr, built and rendered a beautiful medieval style building. Entitled "Lego Autumn", the building features extensive detail on the stone facade and wooden roof. The trees in back are also wonderfully designed.
de-marco remade four mini modulars for the purpose of creating instructions. The modulars include a townhouse, bakery, clock workshop building, and boutique.
Gzu Bricks built a 7-Eleven Konbini, or convenience store commonly found in Japan. When I visited Japan I often found myself in a 7-Eleven for a cool drink or quick snack, and never had to wander too far to find one from my hotel (they're literally everywhere).
Jet Kwan completed a great version of Duomo di Milano (Milan Cathedral), which is his largest model to date. The gothic cathedral has a very detailed roof completed using a lot of unique white elements.
Over the last several months 62778grenouille has designed many buildings with unique facades. The facades consists of a single element that when repeated make for an interesting texture and style.
Arnoldus Kuhlmann first rendered then constructed a 6.6' (2.02m) tall model of The Westertoren, located in Amsterdam. The large model uses 11815 pieces and is built with six levels.
For season 2 round 6 of the ABS Challenge Kevin Wanner built a Countryside Inn. The seed element is the pentagonal 2x2 plate with single stud.
Paul Vermeesch recently completed a two year commissioned model of Wheaton College. The 3'x4' (0.9m x 1.2m) model has over 15,000 and will be housed in the campus admissions office. Though not necessarily visible at first glance, the college has many subtle curves and angles that make for a challenging yet satisfying build.
Toltomeja entered a contest with the West Coast Tower. The signalling tower was originally inspired from Citadels (card game) but quickly evolved from the initial idea.