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MOC: The Magnolias On 10th Apartments

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The Magnolias on 10th --- The newest luxury development at Wasabi District!
Some facts:
-Over 10,000 pieces (I stopped counting at 10k)
-6 32x32 baseplates
-12 modules, including roofs.  9 out of 12 modules fully detailed (interior)
-3 Stores: Five Guys, Godiva, 7-Eleven
-The most difficult Wasabi District project ever!

Check out the rest of my Flickr account for more pics!

and follow @wooootles on Instagram to find some WIP/under construction pics!

Thanks for checking it out!

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It has a modern clean look, Love it!

Great Great Work!

- love how you integrated the girl in the pool!

Greetings!

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Wow! That is stunning. I think it looks better and more alive than an architects model. 

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This is awesome!  Love the colour scheme, the varying depths on the facade and the pool area, especially the deck chairs.

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Huge, as always! I also really enjoy your realistic and modern looking buildings and this one again proves to be another masterpiece!

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The skill level (and the $$$$$) of some of the builders here are amazing. They should hire you to make some modulars.

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Well, that is one cool building!
Well-befitting the atmosphere of your Wasabi district.
The design and colours of the façade are perfect.

Keep clicking those bricks together.

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I don't really like this type of buildings in real life but you succeeded to make it look very pleasant, probably thanks to the great color scheme and the amount of details! Can't wait to see more from your Wasabi district project! :classic: 

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You have an incredible way of capturing the essence of real-life buildings in Lego. I've driven past so many buildings with the same "feel" as these when I've been in Denver. Truly impressive.

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I love how you livened up those horizontal gray stripes by inserting grille tiles higher up. Has a very contemporary feel and seems architecturally realistic. Nice job.

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I aslo don't really like this kind of architecture, but the shaping and the nice colours you've put in look great. The section where Dark Blue, Dark Orange and Olive Green meet is absolutely superb. Awesome job!

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Aww but I like this type of architecture!  :wub:

Thanks for the comments guys.  Been a bit busy, but here's some updates on the interior shots... and the most detailed roof I've ever done.

Will do the apartments after this.  Check my Flickr and Instagram @wooootles for more updates!

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All I can say is "What the !@#$"

I have never seen such magnificent work. Your builds are incredibly realistic! Fantastic, fantastic!

(Funny, this is my favorite kind of architecture :tongue:)

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Just wanted to pop-on by and say that I love your buildings. It has a sleek, modern feel to it with ver ywell complementing colors.

Awesome work!

 

(P.S. really wish there were instructions for this, haha)

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Agree, definitely some of the best modern roughly modular-scaled buildings out there.  Second the availability of instructions!

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