The DA3 (Decisive Action 3) world conquest game on MOCpages has prompted builders to create a capitol building. Mark B.'s MOC for his city of Brewtopia uses inverted plates to create windows and details for the capitol building.
Steadily over the last several months wrtyler has been expanding their layout of the National Mall in Washington D.C. Recent models include the Garfield Monument and the National Gallery of Art.
Västmanlands-Dala Nation is one of the 13 student nations at Uppsala University, located in Sweden. The rendering by aukbricks consists of about 950 pieces and can be built (unlike some previous models) with actual bricks.
In 2012 Jonathan Grzywacz completed a 36" (91cm) model of 15 Central Park West for an exhibition. The 30,000 piece model took 200 hours to build and design, and was part of the LEGO Architecture: Towering Ambition display alongside the famed LEGO architect Adam Reed Tucker.
Mihai Marius Mihu's castle is shaping up to be a fantastic project. Rising from a base of greenery is a classically influenced castle, consisting of headlight and axle hole brick buildings, alongside columned structures.
Jay B challenged himself to make the smallest Taj Mahal possible, using just a 17x17 stud base. The model is very detailed, and is a stark contrast to the official LEGO set.
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.
Rocco Buttliere's latest model is the proposed Two World Trade Center in New York City. The skyscraper was designed by BIG architects, and the model will be on display at a BIG exhibition at the LEGO Houses in Billund later this month. The LEGO version of Two WTC consists of seven modules that are connected … Continue reading Two World Trade Center
Mark S.' third building (second posted) is the CNA Center, built in 1:1000 scale. The two buildings combine for 1200 pieces and feature extensive use of grille tiles. One of the more hidden details in the construction of columns at street level, which are composed of technic axles.
Rocco Buttliere and Spencer Rezkalla continue to inspire a generation of LEGO architecture builders. Most recently Mark S. built a 1:1000 scale Empire State Building, and though it has great detail the model is a break from the 1:650 scale of Rocco's and Spencer's models.