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.
If you haven't seen Bricked1980's newest modulars you are in for a treat! The Brick Square Post Office and Queen Bricktoria Pub are two highly detailed MOCs, complete with beautiful facade details and great interior scenes.
Andrew Delbaere is 90% complete with his fire station modular, yet from the single photo is looks well done. The three story building will open in back for interior play.
Boost your Bricks completed a micro version of the Pentagon, located in Washington D.C. The model uses 848 pieces and is only connected to its base on one side, due to its irregular shape. If you enjoy this model instructions are available for sale, here.
aukbricks modeled Vaksalaskolan, a school located in Uppsala, Sweden. The model uses 1800 bricks and though the actual color (green) can not be built with actual bricks, the alternative tan version is possible.
The DA3 (Decisive Action 3) world conquest game on MOCpages has prompted builders to create a capitol building. Mark B.'s MOC for his city of Brewtopia uses inverted plates to create windows and details for the capitol building.
Steadily over the last several months wrtyler has been expanding their layout of the National Mall in Washington D.C. Recent models include the Garfield Monument and the National Gallery of Art.
Keep your Minifigs healthy at Jean Macou's modular hospital. The historic structure opened in 1891, and has some additions added since (including the helipad).
Luis Peña built Palacio de La Moneda, a civic building that houses the president and other officials in Santiago, Chile. While the model is just a facade it a spot on recreation of the real building.
The building housing Uppsala Town Hall was constructed in 1645, however it was used as a private palace until 1710. aukbricks' version of the Swedish town hall is built in three sections, and contains 13,000 pieces.