Minifigs who are looking to dabble with the supernatural can look no further than Rob Bender's Mystic Occult shop. The three story modular building has a completed first level filled with readings, potions and weaponry for the paranormal enthusiast.
Magma guy created several futuristic buildings. The buildings, set in an Asian city, are filled with numerous signs and other great facade details.
Medan Pasar (Old Market Square) is the site of Kuala Lumpur's first market scene dating back to the mid 19th century. Resting on the sqaure is the Chap Kim Teck Bee Building, built in the 1920s, and also by Marco Gan. The build is part of a SynergyLug group project.
Summertime is a great season for scooters. The GO! Scooter Shop, built by gotoAndLego, is a one stop shop for all lovers of scooters. The Friends theme model is bright and colorful and makes a perfect addition to any town.
alanboar decided to post his creation, The Pawn, to LEGO Ideas. The mixed use building represents the historic landmark of the Wo Cheong Pawn Shop, and uses architecture commonly located in Hong Kong and surrounding areas from the late 19th century to mid 20th century.
Tobias T. built the Sideways Building, a reference to the snot techniques used on the main facade. The blue sideways bricks are offset by half of a brick to create a neat masonry effect. Also, the texture of the building create a seamless transition between floors, allowing them to easily interchange.
Andrew Tate combined several modular ideas into a single haymarket scene. The project took about for months to complete and has some inspiration from European architectural styles. The time spent modeling the project was well worth it to achieve the level of detail that each building possesses.