ArchBrick has blogged many modular libraries, and each one has been exceptional, including Legoboy9247‘s own version. The three story building was designed in a Romanesque style, and contains a grand staircase, reference desk, and of course, bookshelves.
Sarah von Innerebner‘s latest work is a beautiful recreation of the library from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. The predominant white and gold frames the multicoloured book spines. While the bookshelves themselves are an amazing sight, the room is full of a plethora of architectural details from the spiral stairs, cozy fireplace, subtle window seats, and to the white and sand green statues.
The quest to add a library to LEGO’s modular series continues with Benjivv‘s very detailed version. The two story building has a removable back wall to increase playability with the set’s seven Minifigures.
Take in a good brew and a good book at The Queen’s Brick. The three story modular, built by Filip Olin, contains a pub on the first level and a private cub and library on the upper floors. The English style modular is also Filip’s first large scale build.
Tom Remy used a concept from a previous model to create an abstract library. The red element is bound by a cuboid form and creates a continuous “snake” design.
italovergnat constructed a modular library. The 2789 piece building uses colonial style architecture to house not only books, but a reception, relaxation area and cafe.
Maxim Baybakov built a quaint Minifig scale library. The facade uses several different colors as well as some very cool window details.
Every LEGO city needs a library, and NikBrick2000‘s model is as good as it gets for a quality addition. The two story library uses modern architecture to illuminate various interior spaces, including a checkout station, central staircase and a children’s room.
o0ger has built the fascinating Library of Alexandria for the Marchitecture competition. For those who aren’t aware, the actual building is a commemorative stand-in of the library of antiquity, and was designed by Norwegian architecture firm, Snøhetta. This micro model certainly lives up to the real thing!
Bowler4Lyfe built a 532 piece model of the National Archives Building, located in Washington DC. The building has a removable to (which reveals an interior) and is modeled in the official LEGO Architecture style.