aukbricks rendered a tiny version of LEGO's official Ninjago City set. The model uses about 560 pieces and does a great job of incorporating colors and the feel of its larger counterpart.
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.
Boise Brick modeled an old west store general, of which was common in the American southwest during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The second floor houses the owners of the store.
There have been a lot of amazing eastern Asian buildings posted lately, and Dvd's model of an old Hong Kong building is no exception. The three story building was building for a LEGO exhibition and is full of great scenes and details.
CK Tsang built a mixed use building in style often found in east Asian regions. The five story building is actually composed of two separate modulars joined together.
Maxim Baybakov built three building facades for the Ukrbricks contest. The buildings are each three stories tall and use different architecture styles.
CARLIERTI built a 2430 piece Japanese town modular. The model is actually composed of 8 different builds that assemble together.
Cameron Bednarek built a nice arch window building. While the building is currently empty I could envision a mom and pop store moving in and making a great addition to any LEGO neighborhood.
Ben Spector's model, entitled Antiquing on Mushroom Row, was built for Brickfair VA 2017. Mushroom Row is inspired from London's world famous Portobello Road, the world's largest antique market.
Palixa And The Bricks completed the third phase of the Amsterdam Canal House project. The final phase includes two canal homes and boat homes, added to the previously completed bookstore and cheese shop.