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[MOC] Carlo Art Musee 2021

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Dear all,

here follows my latest MOC. Lately I do not have so much time to dedicate to Lego, so that I guess this would be the only moc for this year.

Carlo Art Musee 2

There's a new baby in the family: Carlo. Therefore I had to dedicate this modular to him, of course!

It's Carlo Art Musee for Rava Town.


The building is 32x32 with three floors. It's an old building reminescent of some arabesque style.

Lately converted to an art museum/gallery.


The facade is based on symmetrical elements on the tewo sides, with columns and arches all around to give armony to the structure.

On the top there'a small and elegant tower and decoration in marble all around the top.


On the first floor we find the ticket office on the left and the entrance to the museum on the right. Below the arch there's a beautiful gate leading to the internal courtyard.


On the back there is a small bar for the visitors of the muesum for some relax and a nice colonnade with some interesting pictures.


The most beautiful pictures are in the main gallery at the firs floor. Everybody is free to make photos, no problem!


Here some shots with the details and the inside of the floors.


This painter above is looking for some inspiration from ancient mastery.


The balcony at the first floor is blooming all around.


Other details.


Hope you like it!

See you nex year!

Flickr photos:

Carlo Art Musee 2


Edited by gabrielerava

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On 6/13/2021 at 12:33 AM, caiman0637 said:

Very nice, I love it. :thumbup:


In the meantime I modified the first photo with Paint 3D. First time I try. Still a bit darker but not that bad

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The lettering might be a bit too prominent, but overall, this is a terrific MOC.
I particularly love the colours, the façade with the tower and the patio in the back.
I would put this in our city without hesitation.
Keep clicking those bricks together!

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Art museums always have great architecture, and I think yours has great architecture and design. I like it!

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