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[MOC]: Modular House

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I finished this MOC some weeks ago, but only took pictures of it yesterday.

So hereby I present you my latest MOC: a modular house. It is a combination of the two houses I live in.

The front facade is the facade of the building I'm currently in, located in the city centre of The Hague. I rent a small room within this house (I'm still studying :wink: ).

The back of the building is from my parents house, where I stay most weekends and my Legos are.

I adjusted both facades a bit, so they could be combined. The front facade is in fact 4 stories (but than it would become to high) and the extension on the back has been shorted a lot to create a small garden.

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My modular :classic:

On the pavement I created a small garden and added a ticket machine for parking (I don't know what that's called)

And now the interior:

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The ground floor contains a living room, dining table, kitchen and toilet.

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Another shot of the ground floor.

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The bedroom and working space on the first floor.

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The attic is pretty cramped. I but a microscale train landscape in here, with four micro trains. But they are not visible. Might take better pictures..

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The house together with my Pet Shop.

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The back of all the buildings.

Well, this is the end of the show.

I hope you enjoyed it :classic:

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Enjoyed it? Certainly! It looks very good next to the Pet Shop buildings. The whole house is very nice, inside and out - both the architecture and the interior details are great. Well done :)

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Nice work KciR! :thumbup:

I like how the pet shop fits perfectly near your new amazing MOC.

Beautiful inner details! :wub:

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It's beautiful! :laugh: I love the interior. The only area I would tweak is the front of the building where the 1st and 2nd floors meet. It suffers from flat facade syndrome in that spot. Fantastic build. I hope there are more to come!

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This is a nice house and it fits well with the Pet Shop. I like how you combined many bricks from HP Burrows into an 'ordinary' town house. The colour scheme is nice, and the interiors is great. I specifically like the roof and the combination of dark red and red slopes - it works well together. Well done, kciR. :thumbup:

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Great looking modular 'kciR', nice brickwork patterning and clean though in places a little cramp interior (mainly the kitchen :blush: ). :classic:

Fits well with the pet shop set, excellent work 'kciR' and Brick On ! :classic:

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What a nice little house. I love the interior and exterior. Great choise of colours. Looks absolutely great next to Pet Shop. Love to see how your street progresses.

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Very nice addition to PetShop. But could easily fit in on every modular street. In my opinion PetShop has had a tuff welcome. It's not Green Grocer, but it really is a nice set, though it might be the least popular.

Sorry... back to you :wink: It's a very harmonic building, and the interior is very high standard. My favourit detail is the roof. The dual redish colour ads a touch of realism and the center windowdetail makes it finished :sweet:

NICE build!

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Yes, I like the roof also, but I also like your design for the toilet. Did you get any pictures of those micro scale trains? Every attic needs a train set!

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This looks absolutely amazing. Good work

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Thanks for all the positive feedback, I appreciate it :classic:

Did you get any pictures of those micro scale trains? Every attic needs a train set!

I didn't take any pictures of it, but I can take them of course. (You'll have to wait till Saturday, as I am in the front facade building and my MOC is in the back facade building (at my parents house) :wink: )

The only area I would tweak is the front of the building where the 1st and 2nd floors meet. It suffers from flat facade syndrome in that spot. Fantastic build. I hope there are more to come!

If you mean the part between the two nougat walls. I wanted to make it as realistic as possible, so I don't think I will add texture to this part. But thanks for the critics. About your last words, I can't promise, as I'm not planning a whole street. But to quote J. Bieber: Never say never!

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When I saw the photographs of your MOC, I immediately thought that it was made by a Dutchman. A very recogniseable style, and a very nice house!

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I agree, with its large windows and tall silhouette it is instantly recognizable as an old Dutch townhouse. I especially like the roof with the different colors and all the fine details, too.

Awesome job, keep it up! :thumbup:

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Love the interiors, Nice toilet under the stairs :classic:

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Love the interiors, Nice toilet under the stairs :classic:

I especially loved the toilet under the stairs. Reminds me of some student digs I saw twenty years ago...

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