While play's work is often digital, recently they have completed physical models of their work. On display here is a brilliant Disney Castle, and the photography is just as good (if not better) than the model.
For the Summer Joust 2018 contest Koen entered a microscale castle. The model fits within the 12x12 stud maximum dimensions and uses some pretty unique elements.
ItouN attempted to build Matsumoto Castle (Japan) using Blurender. While some connection are uncertain the use of hinge and slope elements are fantastic.
Robyn Parkinson created a scene titled "Sirius Escapes", depicting the world of Harry Potter. The beautiful round tower was built for Brickcon NZ 2018.
Fraser Ratzlaff took some updated photos of his Castle Lorinean (Castle in the Clouds), inspired from LEGO: A Love Story. The tower is larger than life, as stands 9 feet (2.7m) in height, and uses an estimate of 35,000 pieces.
Aaron Newman's largest build to date is Le Château de Chenonceau, a castle located in France. For a very detailed process of the build you can visit Aaron's website, here.
John Cheng built a castle in Edo, in microfig scale. The roof uses a mix of sloped, curved, and hinge elements to create a traditional Japanese style.
Relive the magic of Disney's Frozen with Ben Pitchford's Arendelle Castle. The eight month project stands almost four feet (120cm) tall, and includes the castle and a mountain backdrop. See a video walk-through below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWPFjxZivE4&t=2s
LeonAwesome submitted a micro Himeji Castle to LEGO Ideas. The castle, located in Japan, rests atop a hill and has a network of 83 buildings. The LEGO version extensively uses cheese slopes on the roof and round tiles to create the base.
amenk sachio built an incredible cliffside castle that is worthy of many views. The castle seemingly is southeast Asian influenced and beautifully integrated into a cliff and edge of a sea.