EB newcomer toorayay (“Come on Eileen”?) claims he’s not a huge fan of yellow as a building colour. He finds it doesn’t serve the purpose of building realistic modulars too well. Then he goes and builds this.
Mind your parking, gargoyles are keeping a sharp lookout!
Am I the only here who thinks someone needs to make up their mind? And while I’ve seen more outrageous uses of this basic LEGO colour in my time, I firmly believe this rendition of a Park West Hotel is as good an excuse for yellow egregiousness as they come.
Stacy Sterling, the better half of fellow blogger Dave, built this lovely modular hotel for the Sterling’s ToT-LUG layout. The hotel, modeled after Hotel Maya in Long Beach, CA, features an intricate web of cleverly SNOT-ed windows and a spacious reception area on the ground floor. But the real eye-catcher of this building is the angled construction of the hotel rooms.
Welcome to Hotel Sterling, ... such a lovely place...
And if you’re attending Brickworld 2010, Stacy and Dave promise that you can check out this building in real life.
Eurobricks member and Northern Illinois Lego Train Club’s (NILTC), Pepa Quin has shared with us his latest exhibit, known as the “Ladies’ Night at the Palace Hotel Ballroom” which was unveiled recently at the public library at St. Charles, Illinois, United States.
Inspired by the movie The Blues Brothers, this is an exciting scene where the duol finished their concert and dashed out of the building to avoid being caught by the authorities.
Ladies' Night at the Palace Hotel Ballroom
Imagine yourself staying in a three-story medieval looking hotel, what will you expect to see? Well, you will naturally spot a hotel lobby with a receptionist sitting at the counter taking care of the guests’ lodgings at the ground floor. You will take a lift up to the second floor, where you will be staying in one of the cozy guest rooms. Then you can go for a dip at the top floor where there is an indoor swimming pool for you to relax.
This nice medieval Castle Hotel is created by Brickshelf member, orkyd. Check out the rest of the gallery for some detailed images.
With the ongoing craze of Modular Madness in Eurobricks, one can’t help but to note that among these 3 modular sets, one of the set is beginning to show signs of a disappearing act. Care to make the guess which one could it be?
If you have knew the answer, give a pat at your back. Released back in 2007, Cafe Corner is the very first modular building that excites the AFOL community with this new amazing structure. Now, I am pleased to share something with our readers.
Recently, Eurobricks Reviewers Academy teacher, Inconspicuous has done the amazing 10182 Cafe Corner review in detailed perspective. I supposed all of you could have now figured out what is mine favourite modular building in this ongoing madness.
10182 Cafe Corner
Eurobricks and LUGPol member, kris_kelvin has completed a magnificent looking European Classic looking Hotel. The rich alluring ruby combining with dark hazel looking bricks illustrate a strong European culture in this part of the street in this small town. More close up images is available in his Brickshelf folder for viewing.
Classic Ruby Hotel
Eurobricks town builder ACCURATEin joins forces with his girlfriend to create a very Pink Hotel. Inspired by the Royal Hawaiian and Beverly Hills Hotel, this fabulous creation is still a work in process as ACCURATEin solicits additional ideas from Eurobrick members. Make sure to check back for more updates to this innovative construction project.