Cavity Corner

Oscar Cederwall (o0ger) attempted his second classic modular, containing 3200 pieces. "Cavity Corner" is an apt name for the building, as it contains a dentist and sweet shop.

Mini Diagon Alley

Visit Ollivander's, Borgin and Burke's, and Gringott's Bank for all your wizardry supplies. For the 60 Years of the LEGO Brick competition Nicolas Kolbeck created a mini version of Diagon Alley. The microfig model is fantastically detailed and is scaled nicely from the official LEGO version.

Modular Building Street

Jimbricked built a series of narrow modular buildings that include a dentistry, apartment, and ice cream shop. The facades are finely detailed and are designed in bright colors, which make up for the lack of interiors (to be designed in the future).

White Tulip

Erwin te Kortschot's latest project is the "White Tulip", a building located in the center of the Institute of Robotics and Technical Cybernetics, located in Russia. The building is a great example of Soviet architecture as it is an iconic building in the country.