A discussion within the Swebrick community led to spacecolonel's creation of the Wrench House. The seed element is, you guessed it, the wrench element, which is used in the construction of the roof.
Shaun Jordan built a Tudor style home. The style is characterized by sharply pitched gabled roofs, decorative timber and stucco walls, all of which can be seen in the house.
kaz.fuji deserves much more attention of their models. One of my favorites is the large model of the Abenobashi Terminal Building, located in Osaka, Japan.
Minifigs who are looking to dabble with the supernatural can look no further than Rob Bender's Mystic Occult shop. The three story modular building has a completed first level filled with readings, potions and weaponry for the paranormal enthusiast.
pérula built a beautiful model of the Court of Lions, part of the Nasrid dynasty Palace of the Lions located in Granada, Spain. The archways are nicely decorated, specifically by use of the round and cone gold elements.
Builder Allan built two town homes, one for wealthy families and another for the working class. The red home for the wealthy has a more complete interior, and it also much more decorated.
Maxim Baybakov built a quaint Minifig scale library. The facade uses several different colors as well as some very cool window details.