I haven't blogged any skylines lately so here are two from San Jose City (Costa Rica) and Toronto. The San Jose City skyline, built by LegoFan_506, includes the National Museum & Democratic Plaza, Costa Rican Department of Social Security and Culture Plaza, National Theater, and Metropolitan Park and National Stadium. tfcrafter1's Toronto skyline includes First Canadian Place, Toronto City Hall, CN Tower, … Continue reading Two Skylines
aukbricks rendered a tiny version of LEGO's official Ninjago City set. The model uses about 560 pieces and does a great job of incorporating colors and the feel of its larger counterpart.
Ymarilego designed and built Granny's Bed & Breakfast, a charming old home run by a widow who's husband was lost at sea. The model has about 2800 pieces and you can learn more by visiting the design on LEGO Ideas.
ThomasW created the Observatory Juno, named for the spacecraft to Jupiter. The three story building includes a mechanical dome that rotates and has doors that slide open.
One of my favorite LEGO Ideas builders, Namirob, built and rendered an old winter museum. The three story building is nestled deep in a pine forest, and can be explored further by removing the modular floors.
Giacinto Consiglio designed a wonderful traditional public elementary school. The facade has quite a few layers of detail and would make a great addition to any LEGO town.
Ernest Hemingway is considered one of the greatest American authors of all time. The Nobel prize winner, moved and restored a home in Key West, Florida, of which he lived in for a number of years. Pretzel829 constructed a replica of this home (now a historic landmarks) and has finished, removable floors.
André Blix rendered a beautiful winter time castle. The complex has a church, dining hall and gatehouse, among other buildings. The castle also includes a rotating Christmas tree.
Flanagan Brothers Inc. designed the North Pole skyline for the Rebrick contest but never entered the model. The skyline includes a train pulling into the North Pole, a gingerbread castle, Santa's sleigh flying, and a toy factory.
Brick Viller has nearly completed a great build of a modular train station. The rendered model is highly detailed and is built in a classical, perhaps early 20th century architecture style.