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CPH Radisson Blu Royal Hotel

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I thought I would share the creation I just finished of the Radisson Blu hotel in Copenhagen.

The windows are not transparent, because I wanted to make the building like Lego Architecture.

SAS.png?dl=1

Anyways, enjoy my creation of this iconic Scandinavian building.

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Contains around 14000 bricks, just a heads up for you guys with a slower computer.

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Very nice building pauldk. Unfortunately the download link isn't working.

It's good that windows are not transparent, 'cuz it wouldn't look as good as it looks in this screenshot you've made.

Also, nice job with adding those logos.

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Very nice building pauldk. Unfortunately the download link isn't working.

It's good that windows are not transparent, 'cuz it wouldn't look as good as it looks in this screenshot you've made.

Also, nice job with adding those logos.

:thumbup:

Thank you very much for the kind words omeral.

Try download it now. I have made it into a zip file to see if that helps.

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It works now. Details on the roof surface are great.

I'm not sure if you overlooked something or if you meant it to be this way, but on the lowest floor, in each corner, there's a little hole because of the panel bricks you used.

Anyways, a really nice build! :classic:

And one suggestion: Since your creation has around 14000 bricks, some people with slower computers might have problem opening the LDD file, so you should write that next to the download link. :thumbup:

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It works now. Details on the roof surface are great.

I'm not sure if you overlooked something or if you meant it to be this way, but on the lowest floor, in each corner, there's a little hole because of the panel bricks you used.

Anyways, a really nice build! :classic:

And one suggestion: Since your creation has around 14000 bricks, some people with slower computers might have problem opening the LDD file, so you should write that next to the download link. :thumbup:

Oh okay, thanks. :-)

It works now. Details on the roof surface are great.

I'm not sure if you overlooked something or if you meant it to be this way, but on the lowest floor, in each corner, there's a little hole because of the panel bricks you used.

Anyways, a really nice build! :classic:

And one suggestion: Since your creation has around 14000 bricks, some people with slower computers might have problem opening the LDD file, so you should write that next to the download link. :thumbup:

The holes on the lower floor, this is what you meant right?

holes.jpg

If it is, I did that on purpose, because I couldn't find a corner window piece with the exact hight.

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Absolutely great work Paul. Looks really nice.

Now you got the bella center hotel to do next I suppose :tongue:

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Absolutely great work Paul. Looks really nice.

Now you got the bella center hotel to do next I suppose :tongue:

LOL yeah :-)

...and thanks by the way.

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Excellent work. Plenty of little details hiding in that grey building. Great work adding the logos, too.

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The holes on the lower floor, this is what you meant right?

If it is, I did that on purpose, because I couldn't find a corner window piece with the exact hight.

Yep, that's what i meant. MOC looks good nevertheless. :thumbup:

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The model is available for download again. I apologize for the unavailability some of you may have experienced when trying to get the model.

Have fun.

Paul.

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