Fallingwater is a famous home designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1934 and built over a waterfall in rural southwestern Pennsylvania.
A National Historic Landmark
LEGO Ambassador and Eurobricks member Matija Grguric presents this new look at the classic piece of American architecture previous offered by TLG as set 20015.
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Simply put – why, yes he surely can. And this latest MOC of his, especially its presentation, shows just why that is so. Pawel, known as kris_kelvin on Eurobricks and flickr, has been creating great MOCs in almost every genre. And now he’s combined them into one, by building a Modular Pirates building.
Palace of Austerlitz, in all its grayness, tanness... and glory!
This latest МОC by Pawel comes straight from the Napoleonic Era – but you didn’t need me to tell you that, now did you? It’s not only majestic, it’s also very true to the architectural style of those times – and, once again, kris_kelvin was obviously more than aware of that fact, and of how to depict it in the best way possible. Drop by and let him know what you think of his Pirate / Town crossbreed!
Tim Inman (who goes by the alias rabidnovaracer on flickr) has completed a beautiful project, which, contrary to his LUGNutty affiliations, has nothing to do with wheels. What he has used his dark red plates for on this occasion (and used a lot, he has!) is a large Colonial Estate, complete with multiple bedrooms, bathrooms, dining rooms and all other kinds of rooms.
Admit it - you'd love to live there!
Tim has even added a treehouse and a pool in the yard – in case you weren’t already convinced by the luxuriousness of this “very big house in the country”.
Rita Stallings does it again with a fantastic Plantation House. Her creation does not even look like Lego as it stands in front of the natural green backdrop. The columns, railing, and roof design really add to the high quality of her creation. Keep them coming Rita! Her creations are always welcome on Classic-Town.
Not exactly a Classic Town MOC, but MrTS creates a splendid Haunted Ballroom for Classic-Castle.com’s Collosal Castle Contest VI. The details of his creation are truly superb and equally haunting as the furniture within the ballroom seem to come to life, in more ways than one.
Eurobricks town fan Badsneaker creates a wonderfully detailed mansion based on inspiration from a mansion he discovered on Brickshelf. Complete with a large two car garage, car port, and a number of lavishly designed rooms, this estate is definately for the more affluent town minifigs.