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[MOC] Notre Dame de Paris (Architecture)

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I am pleased to introduce you my latest Architecture MOC : Notre Dame de Paris

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Notre Dame de Paris (LEGO Architecture) by Daniel Stoeffler, on Flickr

The model uses 2200 parts and the building process can be followed into

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A building instruction and a file of the Bricklink inventory are available.

Some more pictures :

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Notre Dame de Paris (LEGO Architecture) by Daniel Stoeffler, on Flickr

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Notre Dame de Paris (LEGO Architecture) by Daniel Stoeffler, on Flickr

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Notre Dame de Paris (LEGO Architecture) by Daniel Stoeffler, on Flickr

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Notre Dame de Paris (LEGO Architecture) by Daniel Stoeffler, on Flickr

More pictures into this Flickr Album.

Finally, the model is nearly at the same scale as Notre Dame de Strasbourg

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Notre Dame de Paris vs Notre Dame de Strasbourg (LEGO Architecture) by Daniel Stoeffler, on Flickr

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I agree, you have two very much ready to sell MOC's, would buy both, super job on both.

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Thank you all :wink: .

This cathedral can be viewed at the entrance of the SOouest commercial center at Levallois Perret where a Legostore is located. This small, but valuable, "exposition" displays the Josephine Baker House (by Archiwheel), the Centre Pompidou (by Fujiia), the Arc de Triomphe (by Rhakam), the Bilbiothèque François Mitterrand (by Stephane769) and this Notre Dame de Paris cathedral.

The entrance of the SOouest center :

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Vitrine at SO-ouest (main view) by Daniel Stoeffler, sur Flickr

The whole display :

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Vitrine at SO-ouest (whole view) by Daniel Stoeffler, sur Flickr

The cathedral :

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Vitrine at SO-ouest (Notre Dame de Paris) by Daniel Stoeffler, sur Flickr

(Photos by Stephane769 with kind permission.)

Thanks to Stéphane for having managed this project.

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Thank you all :wink: .

This cathedral can be viewed at the entrance of the SOouest commercial center at Levallois Perret where a Legostore is located. This small, but valuable, "exposition" displays the Josephine Baker House (by Archiwheel), the Centre Pompidou (by Fujiia), the Arc de Triomphe (by Rhakam), the Bilbiothèque François Mitterrand (by Stephane769) and this Notre Dame de Paris cathedral.

Excellent MOC! Very cleverly designed.

Was it the SOouest shopping centre or TLC who organised the display? The last time I was at the LEGO store at SOouset, about a year and a half ago, it seemed to be having supply problems. About a quarter of the shelves were empty and many of the others only had one or two sets. I hope LEGO France has pulled its socks up since then.

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Excellent MOC! Very cleverly designed.

Was it the SOouest shopping centre or TLC who organised the display? The last time I was at the LEGO store at SOouset, about a year and a half ago, it seemed to be having supply problems. About a quarter of the shelves were empty and many of the others only had one or two sets. I hope LEGO France has pulled its socks up since then.

Thanks. This has been done in collaboration with the LegoStore of SOouest ( http://www.soouest.c...e-boutique-lego ) which I don't known because I live near Strasbourg. This project has been initiated by Stéphane Roy alias Stephane769.

A wonderful, skillful build. The flying buttresses are a great touch.

Thanks.

Very nicely done! Interested to see what else you come up with!

Thanks. Maybe another cathedral :laugh: .

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Just wanted to let u know that the model instructions do appear to be available on ebay, Dan. The seller does have some other instructions that appear to be copies of Lego instructions, maybe has used your video to engineer some slightly different instructions? If they are yours my apologies and great work - the model captures the building beautifully.

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Stunning build. I am not a visitor of churches or other religious buildings, but Notre Dame is on my bucket list, and your build has reminded me of that.

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9 hours ago, stebai said:

Just wanted to let u know that the model instructions do appear to be available on ebay, Dan. The seller does have some other instructions that appear to be copies of Lego instructions, maybe has used your video to engineer some slightly different instructions? If they are yours my apologies and great work - the model captures the building beautifully.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LEGO-ARCHITECTURE-NOTRE-DAME-CATHEDRAL-CUSTOM-INSTRUCTIONS-ONLY-for-LEGO-Bricks/312443267237?hash=item48bf11e8a5:g:3hAAAOSw4sxcdGzz

It is very similar...

It looks similar but it is 50% larger than mine. So it is OK because it is a completely new build. Thanks for your interest ;)

 

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