Luca Di Lazzaro created a little corner of Italy. A quaint courtyard rests between three buildings, reminiscent of an easy going Italian paradise.
Ulrik Hansen has outdone his previous model of Copenhagen by recreating the city in white. The simplified palette of white and gray (with occasional greenery) makes for an amazing city layout.
Jme Wheeler built Spidey City, home of Spiderman. The impressive backdrop features a bustling city scene filled with tall, narrow buildings and, of course, Spiderman.
ilive built an impressive Medieval village. The layout consists of several unique buildings, including a castle, watch tower and tourist building.
Looks who's back! Thanks to ArchBrick's recent article, Arthur Gugick has finally posted an architecture model to social media. Over the last year Arthur has been tearing down previous in order to build a micro city, which uses to pretty nifty techniques. Though only a small portion is seen, the entire collection consists of over 300 buildings.
The year, May 1431. The location, a medieval town square. This is exactly the setting of Michael's medieval homes and square. The scene does an amazing job of replicating the period through its architectural details and Minifigures.
jsnyder002 competed in round 5 of the Middle Earth LEGO Olympics by entering a model of the Kinslaying at Alqualondë. The impressive model not only features detailed buildings but great landscaping details as well (such as the sea and hillside).
wrtyler continues to expand the collection of buildings surrounding the National Mall in Washington DC. The latest model is the NGA Sculpture Gallery, situated just right of the National Museum of Natural History.
L@go's LEGO version of Kardemomme By was inspired from a Norwegian theme park of the same name. The Mediterranean style buildings include a watch tower, police station and post office.
The wheel in London goes round and round. Brandon wyc built a diorama of a double decker bus traveling around a sphere of London buildings. Within the cityscape you can find iconic landmarks such as the London Eye, Tower Bridge and Big Ben. The MOC was inspired by the nursery rhyme "The Wheels on the Bus", but … Continue reading The Wheel in London