The LEGO Architecture Studio set allows ample opportunity for builders to focus on light, shadow and form. Harm Bron utilized the white and trans-clear elements to create some amazing works that truly focus express these ideas.
McClellandMic rendered the Belfast skyline, posted on LEGO Ideas. The mode includes Belfast City Hall, Samson and Goliath Shipping Cranes, Titanic Belfast, and the Obel Complex.
Simon NH created a stunning model chronicling the history of architecture as a skyline. The Rebrick contest entry features famous landmarks throughout history, which are created using amazing parts usage.
Greg DiNapoli built an extremely large model of One World Trade Center. The 25,000 piece skyscraper stands 8 feet tall and took 8 months to complete.
ilive built a LEGO version of 30 St Mary Axe, commonly referred to as The Gherkin. The London skyscraper is noted for its curvilinear form and stripped facade.
alego alego built a tiny but wonderful Princess Castle. The model has tons of great part usage, using pieces such as unicorn horns, torsos and lipsticks to form traditional castle elements.
Rocco Buttliere completed his version of Westminster Abbey, which extends his previous model of Palace of Westminster. Together, along with a few other buildings, these landmarks form the Westminster World Heritage Site. The models themselves are highly detailed from facades details to landscape elements.