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[MOC] Yet another modular Lego store

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Hi everyone,

my latest building is a 16-wide Lego store, featuring the store from 60097 City Square and the VIP Store and Minifigure Factory GWPs plus a facade based on the Zehender house in Heilbronn (and a roof cornice of my own):

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The "Z" on top is a reference to the Zehender house.

Simpler back side:
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Inside we start with many sets on the walls and a vintage poster (luckily I kept the STAMPs from set 1592 all these years):
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Pick-a-Brick wall upstairs...
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...plus Build-a-Minifigure and bigger sets. Feel free to imagine what the huge Friends-colored set could be. :)
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Next floor: The Minifigure Factory didn't really fit as a factory into this small building, so it's a manufacture for special hand-painted figures:
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VIP cards are checked before you get access to the upper floors...
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And there's the VIP lounge - free drinks, chatting with employees and other fans, and exclusive previews of new sets such as the UCS Kessel Run MF...
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...and if you got the money, you can buy a rare discontinued set from the display case or a vintage decorative brick from the top shelf:
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Want to take a selfie with Brick Girl? Go to the rooftop!
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» Flickr album

Hope you like it...
 

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Another impressive build, especially the window decoration looks like it took quite a bit of time to pull it off.

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Oooh, a most ornate exterior for a sixteen wide Lego Store! :purrr:

The interior too is nicely done for such a narrow space, and I like how you've already incorporated the promotional Minifigure Factory set into there also! :classic:

Edited by Digger of Bricks

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Very Nice. It's great how you've incorporated the various LEGO GWPs. The facade is superb. 

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I like the look of this a lot! :thumbup: I agree with @Digger of Bricks, the interior is very detailed especially considering it's only 16 studs wide.

The micro figs and the mini milennium Falcon look really good. :classic:

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Thanks, everyone!

Yes, the window frame took quite some playing around with snotting half-plate offsets etc.

The mini Falcon is basically last year's Advent Calendar design plus that extra bit in the front. And white instead of gray, of course.

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Nice work, as usual. :thumbup:

A Lego store is a nice way to place all those self-referencing tiles and minifigs within a modular city.

 

I can't even begin to wrap my head around the snot-work around the windows. :wacko: Exceptional.

Where does this go in your city?

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2 hours ago, RogerSmith said:

Where does this go in your city?

Around the corner from the Grand Hotel, between a yet-to-be-modified Assembly Square and something else about which I haven't much of an idea yet...

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I love all your modulars but this one is really different from your others IMO, has a very unique style! This is an absolutely incredible build!! :wub: Really, that color scheme, all the techniques on the facade, especially these windows. :wub_drool: I really love how you incorporated all the GWPs. And the interior is fantastically well done for a so small space! Great job! :classic: :thumbup: What's the piece on the second floor of the back side?

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Very nice. I like how it is a "traditional" building which has been tastefully renovated with a modern, large glass pane store on the ground floor.

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Love this,

the colors are working great ( love how you made the staircases )

Great Work

Greetings

 

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Thanks again!

17 hours ago, LegoModularFan said:

What's the piece on the second floor of the back side?

Second floor? European definition above ground floor, it's a 2x2 round plate plus 2x2 round tile with hole on a Technic axle pin. Second floor of the upper part (dark red/tan) is 30094 plus tiles, and a tooth plate above..

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7 hours ago, cimddwc said:

Second floor of the upper part (dark red/tan) is 30094

That was what I was asking for. I've never seen this piece before interestingly, so thanks! I don't know what it's supposed to be but if it's a window, it works really great there! I'm still admiring the window decoration in the meantime... :wub: (still trying to understand how it's made too! :laugh:)

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