City Blocks designed the PSFS Building for the ArchBrick/BriXtar Skyscraper Challenge. The Philadelphia skyscraper, currently known as Loews Philadelphia Hotel, is built in 1:650 scale and has some pretty nifty details.
For the ArchBrick/BriXtar Skyscraper Challenge aukbricks entered three skyscrapers, each more beautiful than the next. The towers are the Leaf Hotel, a white tower, and the Tower of the Sea. What's your favorite skyscraper?
Two of Magnus' latest skyscrapers are the Snot, Burp & Moc headquarters and Swebrick Tower. The first build is designed in a brutalist style while the second is an international style building with an art deco train station.
For the ArchBrick Skyscraper Challenge Mansur Soeleman built a digital model of the Chicago Spire. The unbuilt skyscraper skyscraper is noted for its curvilinear form and is composed of offset hexagons.
After 3 months of planning and building q_159 completed a 17,000 piece Empire State Building, located in New York. The 1:400 model is built in four sections, and is also home to King Kong.
R H finished his long awaited model of the Twin Towers, the former New York skyscrapers. Each model is over 6 feet tall and contains over 10,000 pieces.
In 2012 Jonathan Grzywacz completed a 36" (91cm) model of 15 Central Park West for an exhibition. The 30,000 piece model took 200 hours to build and design, and was part of the LEGO Architecture: Towering Ambition display alongside the famed LEGO architect Adam Reed Tucker.
Deep Shen redesigned their first MOC of the Empire State Building. The updated skyscraper has a 32x64 stud footprint, uses 20,000 pieces, and is over 6 feet (almost 2m) in height.
Rocco Buttliere's latest model is the proposed Two World Trade Center in New York City. The skyscraper was designed by BIG architects, and the model will be on display at a BIG exhibition at the LEGO Houses in Billund later this month. The LEGO version of Two WTC consists of seven modules that are connected … Continue reading Two World Trade Center
Mark S.' third building (second posted) is the CNA Center, built in 1:1000 scale. The two buildings combine for 1200 pieces and feature extensive use of grille tiles. One of the more hidden details in the construction of columns at street level, which are composed of technic axles.