Henrik Hoexbroe has created a lovely diorama of a French town – Royville – in the 1960s. It features – among others – an art-deco style petrol station, a Citroën car dealer, a hotel, and a train station. It’s very much ‘alive’ because of the many little scenes and Henrik’s brilliant car MOCs.
He doesn’t post much, but whenever toorayay post something to Eurobricks, it tends to be good… And his latest creation, a barber shop with an upstairs night club, fully in line with the modular building standard, is no exception. I really like the use of the big curved windows, also found in the gas station in 10184 Town Plan and the very creative use of those big white wheel arches on the top of the building. But let’s not forget the fully detailed interior on all three levels.
If you are familiar with the works of Eurobricks Member, jaredchan from Hong Kong, then you should not miss this latest luxurious creation of the Emporio Armani store that just arrived in his up-scale Beverly Hills street. It is really hard to miss this since most of us are very familiar with the distinct Emporio Armani logo and it can be viewed from afar.
Based on his MLCAD design, Eurobricks member, L@go has transform his building plans into a reality for his 3-storey Modular Pharmacy. Do watch out for some creative details such as the swan, spiral staircase, medical library and etc. Now, you know where our lovely minifigures bought their medicine.
New Eurobricks member and prominent Hong Kong Town Builder, andybear@hk has decided to share his latest modular creation in Spanish flavour.
This very new España Corner have a pub and sandwich bar at the corner. Make sure you walk past the back lane to find a convenient way to go up the second floor. You will definitely feel surprise, I assure you.
“Simple” as it seems and “Classic” as I feel. This is the exact feeling I got when I saw Eurobricks member, The Red Brick’s Classic Ice Cream Parlour.
Classic Ice Cream Parlour
A simple design like this without any complicated building techniques has portrayed such a nostalgic Classic Town design in the 1980s. It certainly reminds me of this LEGO set very much and it’s definitely very much suitable in places like Paradisa.
If you are looking for a bouquet of flowers for your beloved loved ones, then you should drop by this rich historic Cast Iron Florist done by Eurobricks member, sonicstarlight.
This modular building has been in the neighbourhood since 1871 and has been growing and nurturing different types of flowers in the greenhouse. With the wide incredible variety, it’s not surprising to see it lasting more than a century.
Do you have an idea of what to dress for your Halloween party or even a Costume Party in your company’s dinner and dance? Look no more, Eurobricks member, WetWired has just opened a new Costume Corner filled with many exotic and unique costumes such as the ones from the LEGO Collectible Minifigures Series 1. Do look through his folder as there are simply many great details inside the store.