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[MOC] Fancy apartment

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This is a MOC inspired by Hundertwasser Haus in Vienna, a very special building.

I tried to creat it by LEGO since I visited Vienna three years ago.

In this version, it is not the same with origin Hundertwasser Haus. I consider the

concept and feeling are retained. There are Entrance of apartment, Diamond Store,

barber shop, chocolate store, LEGO FAN CLUB in 1F.

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Other photo link here http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=370622

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Whoa, nice MOC!

I love how you put all those colors in there. :classic:

EDIT: The brick wall part of the apartment looks really good. :thumbup:

Where did you get that "Diamonds" sticker? By the way, I like the small details like the barber spiral thingy and those "sticky buns" (or whatever they are). Also, nice use of the LEGO Fan brick! :classic:

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Where did you get that "Diamonds" sticker?

The diamond sticker came with an old Spiderman set, with a ramp and a skateboard thief stealing from the diamond store.

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Easy recognizable and a very good rendering of the original. :sweet:

A fine and indeed colorful work, very well done, I especially like the arrangement of the

different parts of the facade and the good use of Fabuland windows. :thumbup:

Maybe the roof greening could be a bit more prominent...

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Brilliant MOC. I've never seen the original, but your MOC's whimsy and color is smile inducing. Kudos also on the use of Fabuland parts. The roofline seems a bit abrupt, but as it appears that this is a facade, that may be inevitable. Well done.

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This is just great. I love the little barber shop and cafe next door! Nice use of color!

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Thanks! all! I will do some work to make the roofline better :tongue:

Here is the original picture I took in Wien.

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It is a really beautiful building I'd like to have one in my little town :classic:

Whoa, nice MOC!

I love how you put all those colors in there. :classic:

EDIT: The brick wall part of the apartment looks really good. :thumbup:

Where did you get that "Diamonds" sticker? By the way, I like the small details like the barber spiral thingy and those "sticky buns" (or whatever they are). Also, nice use of the LEGO Fan brick! :classic:

Hi, the sticker of "diamond" comes from set 4853.

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This is absolutely marvellous! I won't go into details explaining what and why I love so much about it, but you've obviously put in a lot of work, so it's only natural that the end result is such a beauty.

Just got one question: have you considered adding even MORE greenery to this MOC, as in the original Hundertwasserhaus? Looking at it on a fine spring morning, I had the feeling that shrubs and trees were coming straight out of those vibrant colours and I really loved that combination of colours + trees.... it was sorta like the Hanging Gardens of Babylon or something. Here's what I'm talking about:

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