Jump to content


Winter Village: Transparent Winter House


  • Please log in to reply
14 replies to this topic

#1 lisqr

lisqr

  • Dr. Lord of Lava


    Posts: 383
    Joined: 28-December 09
    Member: 8776

Posted 05 December 2011 - 08:45 PM

Posted Image B-RV-13A

transparent winter house

I never liked to do interior for a building, because you can never see it very well. But not this case.  :laugh:

Posted Image

upstairs
Posted Image

downstairs
Posted Image

kitchen
Posted Image

yard
Posted Image

brickshelf
Thanks for looking.

Edited by Phred, 02 February 2012 - 03:36 PM.


#2 lightningtiger

lightningtiger

  • Gungans taste like chicken


    Posts: 21092
    Joined: 28-October 09
    Member: 7997
    Country: Australia

Posted 05 December 2011 - 08:53 PM

Now that's a lot of trans-clear.....people who live there where do they get changed ? :devil:  :laugh:
I like the kitchen, very nice.....and excellent bed too. :classic:
Brick On 'lisqr'....in the snow. :classic:

#3 soundwave_sw

soundwave_sw

    Posts: 126
    Joined: 29-November 10
    Member: 14431
    Country: Canada

Posted 05 December 2011 - 09:01 PM

Very creative and nicely built house.  You also could have called it an Ice house which would have been more winter appropriate.
The residents of this house may want to remove those stones from the yard. They could be quite hazardous.  :wink:
Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image
My Brickshelf[/url]
My Flickr

#4 SilentMode

SilentMode

  • A bronzie that does not endorse whipping


    Posts: 1352
    Joined: 13-May 10
    Member: 10650
    Country: UK

Posted 06 December 2011 - 03:06 AM

I'm slightly jealous of all those transparent parts you've got, I only have a few of those panels. Anyway, a very interesting and original idea, and very well executed - I like how you did the roof.
the infamous SilentMode
crowdfunding yet again for Project Swapfig - ends November 16 2013.
SilentMode.tv | Project Swapfig | @SilentMode1 | Brick Owl store | Flickr
"Almost everything you do will seem insignificant, but it is important that you do it." - Mahatma Gandhi

#5 BoscoKu

BoscoKu

    Posts: 15
    Joined: 06-September 11
    Member: 20268

Posted 06 December 2011 - 04:16 AM

Most wonderful design, especially the 2nd floor  :thumbup:

Is that a plasma TV I see in the living room  :tongue:

#6 streifen

streifen

    Posts: 683
    Joined: 12-June 09
    Member: 6375
    Country: Singapore

Posted 06 December 2011 - 04:36 AM

I can see you... :laugh:

INteresting MOC!  :thumbup:
Posted Image

#7 Cecilie

Cecilie

  • Killer Killer Whale


    Posts: 2340
    Joined: 27-January 10
    Member: 9319
    Country: Norway

Posted 06 December 2011 - 01:21 PM

Cool idea, and nicely executed :sweet:. Looks a bit like a greenhouse, only for growing people in it instead of plants? :laugh:.
Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image
My blog: Bits and Bricks
My flickr: cecilihf

#8 lego-maniac

lego-maniac

    Posts: 451
    Joined: 17-November 09
    Member: 8224
    Country: FRANCE

Posted 06 December 2011 - 01:35 PM

very original. I'm already cold at the idea of living in such a house !
Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image[Posted ImagePosted Image

#9 FishHead

FishHead

    Posts: 71
    Joined: 17-September 09
    Member: 7451

Posted 06 December 2011 - 02:31 PM

Very, very cool!

What is the saying, "People who live in glass houses...shouldn't cast stones."   :sceptic:

#10 LEGO Guy Bri

LEGO Guy Bri

    Posts: 3105
    Joined: 28-October 10
    Member: 13958
    Country: X

Posted 06 December 2011 - 05:03 PM

View PostFishHead, on 06 December 2011 - 02:31 PM, said:

What is the saying, "People who live in glass houses...shouldn't cast stones."  

And should change in the basement Posted Image


Great house 'lisqr', very original! Great job furnishing the inside as well. Keep up the great work   Posted Image
-I don't tell you how to tell me what to do, so don't you tell me how to do what you told me to do... I know when to use finesse

#11 slovakiasteph

slovakiasteph

    Posts: 371
    Joined: 17-July 11
    Member: 19109
    Country: USA

Posted 06 December 2011 - 05:13 PM

Very nice, I like this a lot-- especially the tree upstairs!  Imagine driving past this house at night and seeing that.   :oh:

I was wondering, though, why they need windows?   :laugh:  It does break up the walls a bit, but no windows upstairs?
Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image

#12 lisqr

lisqr

  • Dr. Lord of Lava


    Posts: 383
    Joined: 28-December 09
    Member: 8776

Posted 06 December 2011 - 05:42 PM

View Postslovakiasteph, on 06 December 2011 - 05:13 PM, said:

Very nice, I like this a lot-- especially the tree upstairs!  Imagine driving past this house at night and seeing that.   :oh:

I was wondering, though, why they need windows?   :laugh:  It does break up the walls a bit, but no windows upstairs?


This model is based on a house model that I saw at a property developer's office. That model was transparent to showcase the house's interior, and it has windows.

For my house, even a transparent house needs windows for ventilation. ;) It does have windows on the second floor on the back. I want to have a least one side to only have large panels, so you can see the interior better. Window kind of blocks it.

#13 HighFlyer

HighFlyer

    Posts: 417
    Joined: 07-April 11
    Member: 17118
    Country: United Kingdom

Posted 06 December 2011 - 06:44 PM

Very original idea, and excellently done!
Lovely interior details too; I LOVE that bed!
Too much Lego, so little moneh!

#14 Vincent Kessels

Vincent Kessels

  • Mr. Tomato Bread


    Posts: 915
    Joined: 18-May 10
    Member: 10753
    Country: Netherlands

Posted 06 December 2011 - 09:38 PM

The windows are hilarious!  :laugh:

#15 Big Cam

Big Cam

  • A good mood, too.


    Posts: 13999
    Joined: 02-April 09
    Member: 5701
    Country: USA

Posted 06 December 2011 - 09:48 PM

Now that is just clever. It looks really good, your rooms are divided nicely yet still completely clear.




1 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users