Lindon has created this very nice town house using the lovely sand blue color. In addition to the pleasing color scheme, I’m drawn to many of the nice details in this, such as the flower boxes, the door arches, and the clever inset balcony.
Check it out on Eurobricks!
Modular buildings are either in the middle of a row, or a corner building, right? Wrong! Or Right? cimddwc has built a modular building that isn’t a corner in the traditional sense, but it’s still an end to a row, and ends in a nice curve. The building exterior is very well done, and it also has a lovely interior with lots of nice details, and there may even be an easter egg on the roof…
Go check out this fabulous building over at Eurobricks, and leave your feedback for cimddwc.
I never cease to be amazed by all the awesome modular buildings people are creating. This latest by TwoKnightsBicycle is jaw-dropping. There’s so much to like about it, I don’t even know where to begin!
Head on over to Eurobricks to check out more pictures, including the detailed interior with a lovely staircase.
One of Eurobrick’s Dutch members, PoweredbyNorth, has created this beautiful modular building he says is typical along canals in Amsterdam. This building really has it all. Gorgeous exterior detailing, a very nice and detailed interior with many cute designs and even the ceilings inside the house have got a proper treatment!
Check out all the pictures and leave your feedback here.
Want to see something amazing?
Check out RoxYourBlox’s Fountain Castle in this topic on Eurobricks. RoxYourBlox has built his college dorm out of LEGO bricks in this amazing modular MOC.
LEGO’s own Haunted House may not actually fit with the modular standard, but moctown’s mini modular version sure fits with the mini modular standard. Not only that, but it’s a great mini version of this awesome set. He has taken som artistic freedom with it, and the result is really good. The colors look great, and the way he has portrayed the barricaded windows is lovely, not to mention the excellent front door.
Head on over to Eurobricks to tell moctown what you think!
Vincent Kessels has created a building compatible with the modular building standard that it’s fair to say will stand out from it’s neighbours. It’s a tower inspired by a real tower found in the Netherlands. I like the way the facade is made to illude some damage, and the spire is very well done. And the creative way to do the connection to neighbouring buildings works seamlessly.
Head on over to Eurobricks for more pictures, and to leave some feedback for Vincent.
Do your minifigs recycle? LegoJalex’ minifigs certainly do. He built this awesome recycling station for the Modular Madness contest, and that secured him a well deserved victory in the Parks and rec category. This has lots of funny little details, and even comes with a mini comic.
Check out more pics, including the little come on Eurobricks.
Eurobricks Modular Madness contest has come to an end, and the winners have been announced. In the Classic Modular category, Myko ran away with the votes with this awesome modular building. Different styles blend to one in this very non-blocky building, and it is jam packed with little details. Just look at that cute little fire hydrant, and the wooden fences with climbing plants. So much to see!
Make sure you go check out more pictures on Eurobricks, to see all the details Myko has packed into this!
Modular Madness Contest
Classic-Town.net and Eurobricks invite you to create your own addition to the popular modular building subtheme that TLG has presented throughout the last five years.
Since 2007, LEGO has released a large modular-style building in the exclusives range every year. These have been extremely popular with both AFOLs and children alike, and it is now time for you to build your own addition to the modular street!
See here for rules and discussion!