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Modular Madness: Ollivander's Pub

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Visit Ollivander's Pub for a refreshing drink and a snack! Originally build in the middle ages, this building features a pub and an apartment. This detailed Modular House includes interiors on both floors, a courtyard with a passage to it, a terrace, a huge bay window, and more. The floors can be lifted off to reveal the pub and the apartment with a detailed interior: fireplaces, tables and chairs, couches, a kitchen, toilets and much more. Includes 6 minifigures with accessories and a cat.

My entry is based on a Lilliput Lane model, which itself is based on a pub in London. I've always wanted to build a nice modular house and I just love medieval style houses, so the decision was made to build this.

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Be sure to check out more details and pictures at Brickshelf and on Flickr.

Hope you liked it! :classic:

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Great facade there! Black and White (my favourites)!

Looks like the crowd is starting to come in! the separate toilets is a nice touch!

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AWESOME tudor styled pub 'Matn', wonderful detailing inside and out....good luck and Brick On ! :classic:

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The arched walkway is impressive :thumbup: Cool to see a medieval based modular, the interiors are excellent too.

I like the way you used the Heroica tile as well :classic:

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I think I'd have tiled the ground floor. But other than that I wouldn't have changed a single thing - I'll just call it gorgeous and leave it at that! I'm going to get into some serious problems when it's voting time...

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Wow - that's a great edition to any modular street, I want one! :classic:

And I'm pretty sure that Lilliput Lane model (or one very similar) is buried in my loft somewhere.. :tongue:

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Great job on the tudor style. It is a beauty to look at. Only a small suggestion, I think the small windows on the roof could also use some gables!

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Wow, this is one of my favorite entries thus far. I can't wait to attempt a similar style building. I also think that the interior ground floor could use some tiling, but that is the only change I would make. I never cared for the Medieval/Tudor style buildings until now. Great, great job.

I don't see a picture of it with the official LEGO modular buildings! :sceptic:

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Nice job! I like the idea of a mezzanine floor. I am very fond of the archway. However what is most unrealistic is the clean toilets :laugh: Best of luck!

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Really great house! I love the front view of the ground floor. That's a 10/10. :thumbup:

However I don't like the red roofing. I think this red doesn1t look good here.

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Beautiful! I really like how you detailed the exterior and gave it some character yet it's not too complex.

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Really great house! I love the front view of the ground floor. That's a 10/10. :thumbup:

However I don't like the red roofing. I think this red doesn1t look good here.

Agreed 100% about the ground floor. I think the dark red roofing found on the Creator Log Cabin would be perfect.

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looks fantastic!! someone just commented on my entry that it looked medieval as well as saying yours looked it also. id love to see yours next to mine. I love to tunnel passage to the rear of the ally way default_thumbup.gif. neat idea

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