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.
G M built a highrise entitled Monument Tower. The building consists of several modules that come together to form a well detailed tower.
James zhan built a great Micropolis scale model of the ASML Building, located in Taiwan. The complex is noted for its slanted facade and its ability to withstand natural phenomena (earthquakes, typhoons, cyclones).
G M built several noted buildings from Fort Wayne which as displayed at Brickworld Fort Wayne. Some of the Micropolis scale builds include the Lincoln Tower, Journal Gazette Building, PNC Plaza and the Allen County Courthouse.
Luis Peña modeled the Entel Communications Tower, located in Santiago, Chile. The Micropolis scale complex is dominated by two major components, the 418' (127.4m) telecommunications tower and the adjacent office building.
Martin Harris 1 attempted his first microscale build by constructing a model from a favorite childhood story. The Micropolis model of Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory uses a gray palette that emphasizes parts usage and technique to make a great first micro model.
Sheo. built a great tower with an unusual name. "Nasty Tower" is anything but with its incredible weaving pattern. The technique is achieved by connected vertical stripes to a polygonal core.