A little over a year ago syrhilla built the Temple of the Sun, a fictional temple with a literal sun as a spire. The model is noted for its interesting roof design and detailed facades.
Though Pete Strege hasn’t shared a creation in nearly a year his work remains very impressive. Several outstanding modulars and MOCs have been built by Pete, including Apple Square University, Fountain Castle, Green Gables Stadium, and Spy Spire.
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.
International Hotel: Anastasia Astoria, is a mix of Rococo and Eastern European style. The hotel by L.G. Orlando is extremely detailed as it uses a lot of small white elements to create the Rococo architecture. Unfortunately the model has been used by Lepin, without the permission of the builder.
Over two years ago Henry F. built the Imperial Dam for the CCC contest. The dam is surrounded by a small walled town that harnesses the power of the river.
Over the years Zachary Lewis has designed several amazing homes. A few of them shown here include Mom’s House, West Park Mansion, Shaker House, and a Family House.
Back in February 2015 Allen Smith built a wonderful residence at 854 12th St. The 1920’s house is based on a former neighbor’s residence and it beautifully crafted down to the smallest of details.
Back in winter 2014 Boise Brick built the wonderful Eastlake Victorian Home. The architecture of the home features decorative roofs, lattices and windows.
It’s been over a year since I posted a Throwback Thursday (TBT) post! Back in 2011 wooootles built an amazing condo building, located in a midtown LEGO city. The contemporary architecture incorporates traditional elements which makes for a very inviting residence.