Boise Brick continues their marathon of builds with a contemporary modular house. While the home is well crafted I really enjoy the furniture sets. The black and chrome lounge chairs are my favorites.
Anne Mette V designed a 1:75 scale version of the Honeycomb Building, which is part of the Albany Marina Residences in the Bahamas. The model is distinguished by its honeycomb balconies, each containing a personal pool.
Laura Davison designed several medieval houses, each in a different theme color. The buildings come in mint, blue, white, red, and tan, and all shares similar design details.
Anu Pehrson completed a Japanese rice plantation set in a rural village. The amazing model has several neatly designed buildings, such as the cottages and a house.
Boise Brick built a corner style Bavarian building. The three story modular is quaint and finely detailed, reminiscent of old German architecture. The building contains a visitor center on the first floor and residence on the upper levels.
aukbricks built a traditional Swedish cottage using around 500 bricks. The model has some impressive details, including the construction of the white fence (interlocking arms) and windows (rotated headlight bricks).
Namirob's most recent build is the Mountain Winter Villa. The snowy villa uses 1520 elements, and allows access to all three floors through its modular design.
Sarah Beyer built the Vanilla House, laid out in an L-shaped plan. The modern tan colored residence is cut by an L that uses a mixture tan, gray, and black elements.
If you're a fan of tan buildings then you'll love these two buildings by Mannesalt and Christer Nyberg. The two modular buildings house shops and residences, and Mr. Pagely's Bookstore.
There is quite a difference between an urban and rural landscape. This is easily demonstrated in Full Plate's rural landscape and Sanel Lukovic's Biker Street scene, and they also demonstrate great techniques in various scales.