Jet Kwan built a micro version of Taipei 101, located in Taipei, Taiwan. The model makes great use of sand green elements, and marks the 12th model of Jet's architectural completed in 2017.
Yoav Elan has thoroughly researched the Temple of Jerusalem. As a result of his understanding a model of the Second Temple of Jerusalem was constructed in microscale in 2015, followed by an updated version posted within the past few days. While the original version used a white palette, the newer version uses colors perceived to … Continue reading Second Temple of Jerusalem
Jet Kwan completed a great version of Duomo di Milano (Milan Cathedral), which is his largest model to date. The gothic cathedral has a very detailed roof completed using a lot of unique white elements.
Paul Vermeesch recently completed a two year commissioned model of Wheaton College. The 3'x4' (0.9m x 1.2m) model has over 15,000 and will be housed in the campus admissions office. Though not necessarily visible at first glance, the college has many subtle curves and angles that make for a challenging yet satisfying build.
Jeff Friesen builds incredible micro cities using various techniques to portray different styles and time periods. His works pack a large amount of detail into a 20x20 stud footprint that includes skyscrapers, bridges and rivers. Some of the architectural styles portrayed are Art Deco, futuristic and the Gilded Age.
Legorevival Lrevival return to building my digitally designing one of Rome's most famous building, the Pantheon. The most difficult part of this construction is the dome, which is achieved by radiating sloping elements.
noggy85 constructed the House of Knowledge for the fictional Kingdom Kurvenheim. It was built for the RPG "Nine Kingdoms" from Rogue Bricks. One of the best parts of the model is the hair and whips used as plants and vines.
alego alego built a wonderful micro monastery. The water is made up of clear and blue transparent diamonds and the monastery rests on a small rocky island. One of my favorite parts usage of the model is the crutch doorway, seen at the base of the building.
Moritz created mini landmarks of Hamburg, Germany. The tiny models include a seaport, Elbphilharmonie, and St. Michaelis Church.
Rocco Buttliere updated his 2011 model of the US Bank Tower. The 1x1 columns were previously unsupported but now are attached every few floors by 1x5 technic plates. Additionally some street level details have been updated as well as the red US Bank logo.