vieirapinto modeled the Vasco da Gama Tower, originally built for Expo '98 in Lisbon, Portugal. Over the last decade a hotel has been erected and is now open to the public.
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
The StubHub Center is the home of the LA Galaxy, who is part of MLS. The tiny model, built by oasisv JO, uses white slope elements for the roof.
Jet Kwan built a nanoscale model of Hong Kong's International Commerce Center. The simple model uses 2x4 tiles to achieve the skyscraper but is really effective and recognizable.
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.
wrtyler, free of summer distractions, continued working on the National Gallery of Art (NGA) located in Washington DC. The museum will require 450 clear cheese slopes, which is why it is yet to be completed.
Rafael Vargas continues his series of inspirational monochromatic builds. I particularly like this batch, as there is much more exploration of round and curved elements.
alego alego built an eerily beautiful micro castle. Despite its small size the right use of unique parts makes for a really cool model.
soccersnyderi posted a month old creation of a micro castle. Steinn Fortress is set in a winter season, and uses a lot of round technic elements to achieves towers in the castle.
Joe Gan has built even more models using the brick separator as the seed element. His current landmarks include the Eiffel Tower, Chrysler Building, Mercury City Tower (Moscow), the Central Mid-Levels Escalator (Hong Kong), and The Kaminarimon Gate. I also appreciate the lighting of the photos, which corresponds with the accompanying image.