Etel Enzos recreated scenes from the first half of the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. The model begins in The Shire, travels through Old Forest, followed by the Brandiwine river, the village of Bree, Weathertop and finally Rivendell.
Jeff Friesen builds incredible micro cities using various techniques to portray different styles and time periods. His works pack a large amount of detail into a 20x20 stud footprint that includes skyscrapers, bridges and rivers. Some of the architectural styles portrayed are Art Deco, futuristic and the Gilded Age.
Carter Witz's favorite book in the Chronicles of Narnia series is the The Horse and His Boy (book five). The constructed scene of Tashbaan depicts Shasta mistaken for Prince Corin by the Narnians. In addition to the scene the archway and buildings also use great texturing detail.
G M built several noted buildings from Fort Wayne which as displayed at Brickworld Fort Wayne. Some of the Micropolis scale builds include the Lincoln Tower, Journal Gazette Building, PNC Plaza and the Allen County Courthouse.
Classical Bricks built a moc entitled The Renaissance for the Time Isles collaboration at BrickCon. The display is inspired from Florence in the style of Italian Renaissance architecture. Be sure to take a close look at the building details, they are amazing!
Stephle59 built a Steampunk world as part of a collaborative display for Brick à Dôle in France. The entire display is a struggle between two factions, the Continentals and Islanders. Stephle59's model shows Insula, home of Islanders.
Greg Dlx constructed two beautiful models of a Persian palace and north African city. The palace features amazing gardens and great construction of the domes. The city is inspired from a trip to Casablanca (Morocco).
Brickenberg continues to his expand Modular Pedestrian Street project by adding a Parisian Alley system. The addition includes a bakery, artist's workshop, cafe, cheese shop, fashion boutique, and another great project. Head on over to LEGO Ideas to see the full plot, and if you enjoy the series be sure to vote!
Luis Peña built a spooky medieval village just in time for Halloween. The village has two buildings that open to reveal interior scenes, as well as a haunted graveyard.
The Village of Avalon is a collaborative project between four great builders, Classical Bricks, Cole Blood, Jake Hansen, and Micah Schmidt. The medieval style village has several buildings including a mill, inn, blacksmith shop and church.