The Uppsala Concert & Congress Hall is a stunning piece of contemporary architecture. The LEGO model, designed by aukbricks, is even more spectacular. With the "split crystal" effect perfectly portrayed with white, gray, and transparent elements, the 2205 is one of the best pure architecture MOCs of 2018.
Rollon Smith created two scenes from the Gotham universe. Party on the beach outside Arkham Asylum then head on over to a rock concert in the city.
MOC Fanatic created an amazing modular Art Center using 30,000 pieces. The seven story building includes an art gallery, LEGO museum, architecture office, apartments, and many more businesses. Check out a walk through video below the image. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9GKAPJsARM
There are two kinds of people in the world; people who go to the gym to manage their fitness and people who have a glass of wine and build with LEGO. Jean Macou fits into the latter group, evident by his modular consisting of a fitness center, wine shop and art gallery.
Campistron 1684 created a modular theatre stage fit for the finest Shakespeare plays. The rebuildable theatre has three separate parts and even include stage details such as a trap door and illuminated LED lights.
David Hansel built a highly detailed scene titled Serenity, which features a nicely textured pagoda-inspired roof as well as a miniature bridge over which you can easily imagine a tranquil pond.
Moritz built an unfinished version of the Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall, in Hamburg Germany. While the space is a beloved landmark it was once a laughing stock due to a severe increase in budget. My favorite part of the MOC are the cranes, which I may have to borrow for my micro city.
kaz.fuji built a great model of the Kyoto International Exhibition Hall. The exhibition hall captures details throughout the complex, from the sculpture to entrance to loading docks.
wrtyler continues to expand the collection of buildings surrounding the National Mall in Washington DC. The latest model is the NGA Sculpture Gallery, situated just right of the National Museum of Natural History.
André Pinto recreated the grounds of the 1998 specialized World's Fair held in Lisbon, Portugal. The site features several buildings by world renowned architects, including Álvaro Siza Vieira (Portuguese National Pavillion) and Santiago Calatrava (Oriente Station). The model is a WIP so expect more buildings to be added in the future!