Edwin Korstanje

Cut in half newly built house scaled in 1 to 18

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Hi friends,

The last week of October a new client ask if i can build a cut in half newly built house for a exhibition 8 December this year and three days later we have closed a deal.

As a shipbuilder this is complete new for me and let you see how this project worked out from the start.

It's fun to build stuff that's not fits normal in your comfort zone, but the dealines i got are always so tide that's it's freaking you out.

Still i hope you also like the project.

This is some of the renders i have to work with, but some of the bricks are different in colour than on the render.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/vfracingteam/albums/72157666725517619

26781067569_82852e0511_c.jpgSCAN0134 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

38560333731_2e0d24a470_c.jpgIMG_7004 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

37843587384_dee053cf47_c.jpgIMG_7003 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

38504296476_0366cf12e9_c.jpgIMG_7031 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

37674603645_120a3f4527_c.jpgIMG_7017 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

24688570488_759078a269_c.jpgIMG_7032 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

37673074085_6bc658d2ed_c.jpgIMG_7030 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks @Dafgek81 for the great comment.:thumbup:

Some progress from this week and build in the first floor and lighting for the downfloor and the wire are all hiddin in the ceiling.

37845850524_1357c8f688_c.jpgIMG_7050 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

24690485028_0e46ae7334_c.jpgIMG_7051 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

26787477519_2e43298a11_c.jpgIMG_7053 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

37676256485_8ac952835e_c.jpgIMG_7054 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

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That shower corner is perfect. It must be very different from ships as I don't see much snot here. I aslo like to floor heating and ceiling with lights, I hope your client will like it as much as I do

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Thanks guys for the great comments.:blush:

This weekend i build the second floor with all the lighting and wires hidden in de floor fot the first floor.

Today i started with the roof section and have still 8 days to the deadline.

Here the update from this weekend.

37964200164_ba8e33408f_c.jpgIMG_7065 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

24809616758_9d56860af5_c.jpgIMG_7066 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

37794724475_b146522729_c.jpgIMG_7067 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

 

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This evening i build the first 6 of 9 total solarpanels in the roof and they fit exactly to the mm and it's looks they are made for Lego.:grin:

38770664061_bf2ded00c4_c.jpgIMG_7081 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

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The attention to detail is impeccable, as usual with you. Love it!

Are those solar panels real and if so, will they be powering the lighting in the house?

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1 hour ago, jfbat said:

The attention to detail is impeccable, as usual with you. Love it!

Are those solar panels real and if so, will they be powering the lighting in the house?

Thanks @jfbat,

The solar panels are real and comming from Conrad https://www.conrad.nl/nl/polykristallijn-zonnepaneel-075-wp-3-v-110456.html

There is a made 3 way option for my client and the lighting can be use by the solar panels, 220v ore a powerbank. the solar panels are linkt per two and deliver about 5v together.

The solar panels only work good with natural daylight and halogeen spotlights. so for the exhibition they will use the 220v option.

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I am almost done with the house and very glad that i have no worry's anymore for the deadline.1f61c.png😜 Only two not working solarpanels that does not have to work,a construction sign from the building company in the garden, cleaning all my finger marks and a transport crate have to be done. Also the table and the showcase are ready to. I hope you like follow the project.

38093520794_9e8594a829_c.jpgIMG_7084 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

38809266211_640857df93_c.jpgIMG_7083 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

27033735799_997c33cbee_c.jpgIMG_7086 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

37923579595_f44fb84cf6_c.jpgIMG_4055 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

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Thanks friends for the nice reply's.

The transport crate is ready to, only some small details have to fit and will let you see later on this week the final result.

37950447195_5ace5b7627_c.jpgIMG_7088 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

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The last final details are made and have only cleaning all my fingermarks and some dust.
Thursday is the delivery and the client can't wait to see it in real and are complete happy with the final result.
On Saturday we are invited with my family as special quest and the CEO of the company will speak to us and the rest off the company for the offically baptize on the Lego house model.263a.png☺️
The next 12 one of a kind models are booket for 3 different clients, from Germany, Canada en Netherlands and complete full till June 2018.1f389.png

38852906551_8eb06a5690_c.jpgIMG_7103 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

38852895861_cf3517b1be_c.jpgIMG_7098 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

38137017444_f3c4f135b8_c.jpgIMG_7099 by VFracingteam, on Flickr

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Love your work. You are quite the artist.

I made a little doodle with one of your pictures so that it can be used on the site of customer.

(too bad there is no english translation..)

 

Edited by JunkstyleGio

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Just now, JunkstyleGio said:

Love your work. You are quit the artist.

I made a little doodle with one of your picture so that it can be used on the site of customer.

(too bad there is no english translation..)

 

 

Thanks buddy and think they will like your doodle.:wub:

Edited by Edwin Korstanje

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WOW. Love your progress pics throughout the whole thing. It look's amazing. I especially love the lighting you did. 

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great build!

I would love to know which shades/colours of tile you used for the wood cladding. it looks wonderfull. the only colours I can think (in my limited knowledge) would be brown, reddish brown and dark orange is that correct? :thumbup:

 

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2 hours ago, MangaNOID said:

great build!

I would love to know which shades/colours of tile you used for the wood cladding. it looks wonderfull. the only colours I can think (in my limited knowledge) would be brown, reddish brown and dark orange is that correct? :thumbup:

 

Thanks @MangaNOID,

The wooden floor are reddish brown tiles and for the outside wall the bricks are dark orange.

 

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Thanks! Can't believe it's just one colour on the cladding, there seems to be variant shades. Maybe just slight angle variations in the bricks reflecting light.

great work anyway! Makes me feel cosy on this cold summer day here.

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