I always enjoy seeing more creative roads in people’s cities than just the standard road baseplates. AncientDayz’ beautiful red cobblestone street complemented by a very nicely built cobblestone bridge with some smooth curving is a great example of such creativity.
Click on for more pictures, and to see how great it looks between two Palace Cinemas.
Timothy has recreated the Pearl Oriental Tower from Shanghai, and even though I haven’t seen the real one, I’m sure it’s a very faithful rendition. Just look at those pillars, and the beautiful roundness!
He’s even kind enough to provide wip-shots that show how it’s made, so head on over to Eurobricks to check it out!
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!
Snaillad has built this holiday hotel which looks like it would fit right into a sunny holiday resort, inspired by old holiday postcards and the real Carlyle Hotel. I especially love that sign and the driveway.
It has a nice reception and lots of hotel rooms. Check out more pics and leave Snaillad your feedback 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.
Beautiful lighthouse with an actual rotating light? Check. Stunning scenery and shoreline? Check. What’s not to love? Redhead1982′s lighthouse island is nothing short of awesome.
Check out more pics and leave som feedback for Readhead1982 on Eurobricks!
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.
It’s not often we see the Space program represented in LEGO bricks, but this MOC truly delivers:
Check out this beautiful MOC on the Eurobricks Town Forum.
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.