After 120 hours of hard work Back2Brick completed a micro model of the Biltmore Estate. The model was designed for the Rebrick Architecture Faves contest. The home itself uses 1,700 pieces, while the entire estate has nearly 8,000 parts. Using Google Earth as the primary means of design, the estate is highly detailed and true … Continue reading The Biltmore Estate
Full Plate designed a contemporary round office building. The micro build is a study in organic shapes, as it is composed of three concave facades attached through a clip and flex tube connection.
Christiaan Beem of Boost Your Bricks designed a micro version of Tribune Tower, located in Chicago, IL. The skyscraper, which uses 1700 pieces, has instructions available for purchase.
The Rathaus, or Vienna City Hall, was completed in 1883 in a Neo-Gothic style. The LEGO model, built by Harald, is noted for its open arcades and soaring spire.
For the Rebrick Architecture Faves contest Okay Yaramanoglu designed the iconic Neuschwanstein Castle. The castle is captured perfectly through its detailed facade and landscaping.
Recent travels inspired Arthur Gugick to build a Hong Kong inspired city. As in the real metropolis, the LEGO version features soaring skyscrapers along a waterfront.
Kumamoto Castle is a large castle located in Kumamoto, Japan. The LEGO version by ZiO Chao does a great jobs of recreating the wall and construction of the caste, despite its tiny scale.
Simon NH's last entry into the Summer Joust contest is a micro Maya City. The ancient city extensively uses tan elements to form temples and other buildings, using unique techniques.
Recent Asian travels inspired a few works for Arthur Gugick, including a Bagan (Myanmar) inspired structure. The ancient city is known for its hundreds of Buddhist monuments, soaring with beautiful spires.
For the Architecture Faves contest on Rebrick Mansur Soeleman completed a photo realistic model of the Hungarian Parliament. The 1:650 scale model is noted for its red dome (which is tallest structure in Budapest) Gothic Revival details.