Two of Magnus' latest skyscrapers are the Snot, Burp & Moc headquarters and Swebrick Tower. The first build is designed in a brutalist style while the second is an international style building with an art deco train station.
Jay Battikha built the Art Deco "Sandy Greens" Residential Tower. The apartments overlook a nearby park and offers great city views. Interested in moving in? Applications are now being accepted.
After 3 months of planning and building q_159 completed a 17,000 piece Empire State Building, located in New York. The 1:400 model is built in four sections, and is also home to King Kong.
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.
Tammo S brings us this simple, yet brilliant Micropolis standard residential block. The vibrant colours and mixed heights of the mansard and gambrel style rooflines really make the buildings pop. Especially fantastic are the creative use of printed tiles for signage and various green elements for plant life.
Caroline Mockett ARPS built a wonderful Micropolis Air & Space Museum. This model has many great parts, including the Rocket Garden, Astronauts' Memorial, and LEGO Space colored building.
ilive completed a skyscraper as the start of a future project. Could this be the start of a futuristic diaroma? Stay tuned for more updates.
Tammo S. built a Micropolis kart racing circuit. This is the perfect model to use the newer rounded curve tiles, making for a fantastic track.
For a LOWLUG competition Koen built a small but masterful model of Sagrada Familia, the world famous basilica located in Barcelona, Spain. Constructed of the real basilica began in 1882 and is expected to completion in 2026, however Koen's model shows a finished version.
JJbricks built a Micropolis scale cathedral, inspired by Hagakyrkan in located Gothenburg, Sweden. If you compare the LEGO model with the real version you can easily see the strong resemblance and attention to detail.