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.
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.
It's not everyday you can design your dream home. Patrick R. took the initiative and designed a large estate, a great dream home for Minifigs. The stunning residence is wonderfully detailed and includes and equally detailed garden and landscape.
betweenbrickwalls embedded a contemporary house in a rock wall. The "green" house is highly sustainable, aided by solar panels and plenty of natural light for warmth. For good measure the home is divided into three sections for easier access interior access.
Dan Blom built a traditional Japanese style home. The residence features simple architecture and landscaping, commonly found in older homes.
Magma guy created several futuristic buildings. The buildings, set in an Asian city, are filled with numerous signs and other great facade details.