Coosey__Goosey submitted a beautiful Japanese tea garden to LEGO Ideas. The model includes a pagoda, arched bridge, pond, and vegetation, creating a very relaxing atmosphere.
Captain Braunsfeld designed a modular house for Brickmania. The four story home uses a mix of tans and dark orange colors for the facade, and has an 18th/19th European century feel to its design.
For a Guilds of Historica on Eurobricks Ayrlego built a widow’s cottage. The steeped pitched roof home consists of stone and wood materials, and is surrounded by trees and livestock.
jaapxaap found some time to develop Falcon Castle, a possible inescapable prison. The building is well detailed, including the gold and blue roofs.
A little over a year ago syrhilla built the Temple of the Sun, a fictional temple with a literal sun as a spire. The model is noted for its interesting roof design and detailed facades.
h2brick used inspiration from films including 13 Hours and American Sniper to design an urban Star Wars based model. The scene (from Clone Wars) has some interesting buildings and landscape that create a dense, gritty feel.
James Shields shared pictures from Limerick Diecast Show 2018. Below is a sample of some of the best architectural models.
Two builds, two amazing creations. Patrick B. designed an incredible scene from “The Road”, an apocalyptic novel about a father and son’s survival. Perhaps even more impressive is norlego‘s “The Golden Hall of Meduseld” (from Lord of the Rings). The scene is finely detailed from the landscape, to rock formations, to the hall.