STHLM

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  1. Thanks! I'm happy you enjoy it. Thank you! I owe Kyla Overbay a lot. Thanks! I like to share, hopefully it will inspire others.
  2. Thank you! Well, I realize that most people won't spot the foundation, but I build mostly for my own joy. Thanks! I think the steps are pretty standard, but I'm glad you like them. The foundation took some work and I can't praise Kyla Overbay enough for posting this image: Laboratory by Kyla Overbay, on Flickr I'm happy you like the metro entrance! I like to show how things are done, sharing is caring, right? For the metro entrance, I tried another approach first, but it didn't turn out too good. There are some WIP-pictures on Swebirck: https://www.swebrick.se/index.php?topic=14217.0
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    [MOC] St. Alexander's Church

    Wow! It's a huge build. I can't wait to see the dome complete.
  4. 19th century residential building with a 21st century metro station entrance Building has been a bit slow, lately. I took this picture a while ago: [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr I've had this picture for some time, but never gotten round to try the technique, until now: Laboratory by Kyla Overbay, on Flickr This is how the foundation turned out: [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr The front: [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr The back: [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr Part of the roof, with some kind of service hatch: [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr Busy businessman: [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr It was not easy to simulate a deep decline: [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr A reporter is looking for the next scoope: [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr Entrance to the slightly nicer part of the house: [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr Entrance to the other part (complete with badly pressed blocks over the door): [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr Me, with the walker (in a few years time), out for a walk while the copper keeps track of the elements of concern: [MOC] Residential building and metro station entrance by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr
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    [MOC] Brick Hotel

    Nice. Well done!
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    [MOC] Defunct Hardware Shop

    Thanks! I'm glad you like it. Thank you! Blue isn't my favorite colour either, but I wanted to do something outside my confort zone.
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    [MOC] Defunct Hardware Shop

    So, I found a photo of this building in a Facebook group: https://bit.ly/2sQbKdk [MOC] Defunct Hardware Shop by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr [MOC] Defunct Hardware Shop by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr [MOC] Defunct Hardware Shop by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr [MOC] Defunct Hardware Shop by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr More photos: https://flic.kr/s/aHskMPaj4g
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    [MOC] High Society Corner Building

    Please do remember! I'm pretty sure I've seen this solution before, so I won't claim to be the inventor.
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    [MOC] High Society Corner Building

    Thank you! I like to give the facade some structure, without over doing it. It's a fine line, and sometimes hard to know when enough is enough, Thanks! The roof turned out really well. I tried with dark brown Slope 75 2 x 1 x 3 (https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?id=100702#T=C) but it didn't like it.
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    [MOC] High Society Corner Building

    Thank you! I'm glad you like it.
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    [MOC] High Society Corner Building

    Thanks! I like to build ordinary things sometimes. As I'm getting older, I might need a walker in a not too distant future (well, I turn 50 this year): [MOC] Walker by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr
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    [MOC] High Society Corner Building

    Thank you! Maybe I should put a warning sign on the roof. I like dark green, it's dense, but more vivid than black. The windows on the ground floor are from the Brick Bank. Thank you for your kind words! I'm pretty sure I didn't invent the way to build the stairs, but it adds some extra flair. The woman used to live in a less prosperous part of the town, but has now moved up the ladder and can afford lobsters every day. Shopping trolley by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr
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    [MOC] Classic Lego Home

    A very nice house and great build by "a relatively new builder". Keep up the good work!
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    [MOC] High Society Corner Building

    Thanks! Thank you! Well, some people have to live like this: [MOC] Worn down building by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr Palace Cinema after the fire by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr [MOC] Street basketball court by Nybohov Creation Ltd., on Flickr
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    [MOC] High Society Corner Building

    Thank you! Thanks! It's just two different pieces, https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=6005 and https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=18653 At the bottom of every second column, there's a plate to make it a bit off set.