Anthony SÉJOURNÉ the A21 Tribeca Art Gallery. The New York inspired scene is composed of two buildings creating a nice slice of urban life. Inside are small workshops, a mini scooter garage, and of course, art.
Inyong Lee built an alternative model to 10214 Tower Bridge set. The three story modular is quite stunning, and houses a museum and bakery.
gonkius built a nanoscale version of the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Incredibly the model uses just 24 pieces.
The Museum of Mystery is another great creation by OrientExpress26. The building is half museum, half collection of curiosities and contains over 2400 pieces. Inside you can find many curious elements such as a Venus de Milo statue, jewels and Ella (the owner) herself.
chanedw built their first modular moc, a Star Wars museum called Bay 327. The museum is filled with cool Star Wars paraphernalia including helmets, ship replicas at the Death Star.
wrtyler, free of summer distractions, continued working on the National Gallery of Art (NGA) located in Washington DC. The museum will require 450 clear cheese slopes, which is why it is yet to be completed.
One of my favorite LEGO Ideas builders, Namirob, built and rendered an old winter museum. The three story building is nestled deep in a pine forest, and can be explored further by removing the modular floors.
This is one building I have always wanted to see in microscale. T. Brick built an incredible model of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. The 1500 piece model is quite complicated, as it uses of curved elements to create the complex geometry of the museum.
emo Lego's City Museum has a great facade thanks to alternating curve elements. I also enjoy the triangular opening of the entrance, which makes for a really inviting museum.
Giacinto Consiglio completed a full model of the Museum of Roman History. The 7,033 piece model is built in a neoclassical architecture style and contains numerous vases, statues and many other Roman treasures.