ilive combined several of their skyscrapers into a modular downtown scene. Each tower uses unique formations, patterns, and colors to form a semi-futuristic layout.
Deep Shen‘s latest skyscraper is the iconic Chrysler Building, located in New York. The 1:230 scale model uses around 15,000 pieces and is the third build in a series of “golden age” skyscrapers.
Christiaan Beem of Boost Your Bricks designed a micro version of Tribune Tower, located in Chicago, IL. The skyscraper, which uses 1700 pieces, has instructions available for purchase.
City Blocks designed the PSFS Building for the ArchBrick/BriXtar Skyscraper Challenge. The Philadelphia skyscraper, currently known as Loews Philadelphia Hotel, is built in 1:650 scale and has some pretty nifty details.
For the ArchBrick/BriXtar Skyscraper Challenge aukbricks entered three skyscrapers, each more beautiful than the next. The towers are the Leaf Hotel, a white tower, and the Tower of the Sea. What’s your favorite skyscraper?
Two of Magnus‘ latest skyscrapers are the Snot, Burp & Moc headquarters and Swebrick Tower. The first build is designed in a brutalist style while the second is an international style building with an art deco train station.
After 3 months of planning and building q_159 completed a 17,000 piece Empire State Building, located in New York. The 1:400 model is built in four sections, and is also home to King Kong.
R H finished his long awaited model of the Twin Towers, the former New York skyscrapers. Each model is over 6 feet tall and contains over 10,000 pieces.
In 2012 Jonathan Grzywacz completed a 36″ (91cm) model of 15 Central Park West for an exhibition. The 30,000 piece model took 200 hours to build and design, and was part of the LEGO Architecture: Towering Ambition display alongside the famed LEGO architect Adam Reed Tucker.