DK_Titan a LEGO water tower, heavily inspired from one in Aarhus, Denmark. The model in itself is incredible, but I am more impressed with the construction techniques (see progress photos below). For a video walk through please check out the a YouTube video at the end of this post. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3L9lZQh8Ips
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.
For the Architecture Faves contest on Rebrick Mansur Soeleman completed a photo realistic model of the Hungarian Parliament. The 1:650 scale model is noted for its red dome (which is tallest structure in Budapest) Gothic Revival details.
ER0L built a firehouse and painted lady house as part of a mini Route 66 diorama. The model also features classic cars, which can be seen in a video walk through, here.
Over the past year J&J Lego Creations has built the National Parliament House of Bangladesh (or Jatiyo Sangshad) in three scales. The models includes a nanoscale, microscale, and trophy fig scale versions.
Guillaume Pisella rendered the National Congress of Brazil, located in Brasilia. The model contains 2803 parts and is characterized by its two domes and towers.
vboihuynh designed a microscale version of Gouda's old town hall, located in the Netherlands. It is one of the oldest Gothic town halls in the country. The model uses 1136 pieces and a large amount of SNOT techniques.
Goan- expanded upon the LEGO White House by adding the East and West wings. The addition fits neatly with the original model and forms a more complete picture of the complex.
Lonnie.96 displayed two emergency services buildings at Queenscliffe Bricks 2018. The ambulance and fire stations are modeled after real buildings, which can be seen below.
Jean Macou built an amazing modular fire station. The four story building's tan elements give the MOC plenty of texture and details. In back is a garage for river rescue operations.