While the focus of Anakin Skywalker 2012's model is the Hong Kong Star Ferry, I would like everyone to take a moment and appreciate the skyline in the background. Such famed buildings as the International Commerce Center and HSBC Headquarters are constructed with great techniques.
Ty S. spent less than a month building the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The model has about 15,000 pieces and has outstanding landscape work.
While play's work is often digital, recently they have completed physical models of their work. On display here is a brilliant Disney Castle, and the photography is just as good (if not better) than the model.
For the Summer Joust 2018 contest Koen entered a microscale castle. The model fits within the 12x12 stud maximum dimensions and uses some pretty unique elements.
Over the last couple of years Scott W. has built dozens of amazing micro modela inspired from many LEGO architecture builders (including myself - see the first image below). Much of Scott's inspiration has been taken from ArchBrick, which is one reason why I continue to blog LEGO architecture daily. For more builds be sure … Continue reading Microscale LEGO City
ItouN attempted to build Matsumoto Castle (Japan) using Blurender. While some connection are uncertain the use of hinge and slope elements are fantastic.
Mansur Soeleman completed a digital model of the Custom House, Boston's oldest skyscraper. The 1:550 scale model uses inverted bricks and plate to portray the windows of the tower.
wrtyler captured great shots of the National Museum of Natural History and American History. The two models are part of a larger National Mall (Washington D.C.) project.
Rocco Buttliere completed an outstanding 4,000 piece version of Hagia Sophia, located in Istanbul, Turkey. The earth tone palette (sand colors and grays) really makes the architectural components of the 1:650 scale model pop. Of note is the construction of the main dome, which uses Droid legs and sausages to complete the roof.
Experience the magical world of Disneyland with Tim Karl's micro map of the theme park. The 2200 piece model includes ride from multiple Disney parks, including the Tower of Terror (from Disney Studios), Space Mountain (Disneyland), Mickey Wheel (Disney California Adventure), and Big Thunder Mountain (Disneyland).