I absolutely love Asian architecture and MOCPages user Stephen Chao brings us this phenomenal little vignette titled “The General’s Garden”. The scene captures a fictional private garden that might have existed during the Ching Dynasty (1644 to 1917). According to Stephen, during that time nobles and generals would commonly have their own private garden in their backyard. You can read more about this on Stephen’s MOCPage.
The creation itself contains a wealth of advanced building techniques combining to yield a nice amount of detail in a very small space. I particularly enjoyed the roof design on the octagonal pavilion and the stone pathway. The use of SNOT for the pool is also a very nice touch. Since we don’t have a Eurobricks thread on this yet, it might be worth stopping over to MOCPages and letting Stephen know what you think of his latest work.