italovergnat constructed a modular library. The 2789 piece building uses colonial style architecture to house not only books, but a reception, relaxation area and cafe.
Maxim Baybakov built a quaint Minifig scale library. The facade uses several different colors as well as some very cool window details.
Every LEGO city needs a library, and NikBrick2000's model is as good as it gets for a quality addition. The two story library uses modern architecture to illuminate various interior spaces, including a checkout station, central staircase and a children's room.
o0ger has built the fascinating Library of Alexandria for the Marchitecture competition. For those who aren't aware, the actual building is a commemorative stand-in of the library of antiquity, and was designed by Norwegian architecture firm, Snøhetta. This micro model certainly lives up to the real thing!
Bowler4Lyfe built a 532 piece model of the National Archives Building, located in Washington DC. The building has a removable to (which reveals an interior) and is modeled in the official LEGO Architecture style.
Horcik Designs built the National Technical Library (NTK), in Prague. The library uses black slope elements to create a rounded facade, and also features a nice garden.
Continuing our recent theme of libraries, tydanv built the contemporary home of the LEGO City Public Library. The modern design encompasses a simple aesthetic that creates the perfect space to find a book. As a library employee I feel bad for the guy at the front desk; it looks like he has $15.00 in fines!
The recent renovation of the Tulsa Central Library inspired Ricardo Montoya to construct a miniature version of the building. I particularly like the Technic columns surrounded by 1x1 plates on the underside of the roof. The muted color palette (white and transparent with a few accent colors) really emphasize depth and techniques, which makes for a … Continue reading Tulsa Central Library
This is not your mother's library. Łukasz Libuszewski designed an interesting library that intertwines an eclectic mix of architecture and technique. The traditional vs contemporary facade creates an amazing build, which is even more impressive considering the use of angled plates, rod elements and transparent bricks.
Erwin te Kortschot once again has amazed us his Library of Parliament, located in Ottawa, Canada. The library uses some challenging techniques to achieve the circular pitched roof, making the model all the more incredible.