Over the last several months 62778grenouille has designed many buildings with unique facades. The facades consists of a single element that when repeated make for an interesting texture and style.
Over the past few year architect Vincent Lai has put his design skills to great use by building many amazing Minifig scale buildings. A lot of his works begin with a conceptual sketch before a physical design is created (such as the Mail Box design). Vincent's models have been publicly displayed in Hong Kong to … Continue reading Works of Vincent Lai
dhsign built a Creative Agency modular inspired from their work as a web designer and developer. The three story building houses the Master Builders Creative Agency and even includes a coffee and pie shop on the first level.
Luis Peña modeled the Entel Communications Tower, located in Santiago, Chile. The Micropolis scale complex is dominated by two major components, the 418' (127.4m) telecommunications tower and the adjacent office building.
Captain Braunsfeld built a series of old western theme buildings. I posted some of my favorite ones, which includes a saloon, bank and general store.
The two story observatory is a great place for Minifigs to see the stars. ThomasW's modular includes a visitor area, exhibition space and plenty of cosmic references.
Paul Trach built Brick Bank, an entry for the LUG Rogue Bricks contest. The western style building is full of subtle details, from cupcakes to whips to gray (gold) bars.
It's always nice to see what builders can create with a limited color palette. Over the last several months Rafael Vargas has produced several LEGO Architecture Studio inspired builds. For even more photos be sure to visit his photostream. 4x4 House - Designed by Tadao Ando
886 N 46th St is the site of the latest building in Pluppsala, the fictional city designed by the Swebrick community. The model was submitted by Magnus for the piece of the month challenge, using the 3x4 modified tile.
Murray Thompson constructed a 7500 piece model of Shaw Court, a 12 story office building in Calgary, Canada. The contrasting colors of red and tan really makes the office complex pop, as well as the street level details.