Giacinto Consiglio

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  1. Giacinto Consiglio

    [MOC] Old Town Tower

    Hi all, I'm very happy to introduce my latest modular building, coming after long months of university activities hijacking my free time. The set houses a leather shop in the far right building, inspired by Renaissance architecture, an empty house in the far left one, just sold to a new tenant, and a 13th century watchtower in the middle. Hope you like it!
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    [MOC] Fine Arts Shop & Newsagent's

    I'm very happy to introduce you my latest modular building, once again celebrating the joyful and elegant Art Nouveau Architecture. The buildings house a Fine Arts Shop and a Newsagent's on the ground floor, a therapist office on the first floor of the left building, a writer's messy room on the second floor, and the newsagent's apartment on the upper floor of the right building. I'm particularly satisfied by the right building, as I wanted to include some features from the renown Maison Saint Cyr by arch.Gustave Strauven in Bruxelles, as well as the very hard-to-find nougat colour, recently used in 1x10 plates as well as older 2x4 plates: these are the only "stackable" pieces in that colour. Hope you like it!
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    [MOC] Neoclassical Theatre

    I'm very happy to show you my latest work, the Neoclassical Theatre. Its exterior draws inspiration from Russian Neoclassicism, while the audience and the stage is freely based upon magnificent Palladio's Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza. The model can be divided into two blocks and the back pedimented facade is removable to access the interior. Hope you like it!
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    [MOC] Corner Terrace

    Hi everybody! I'm happy to show you my fifteenth modular building, the Corner Terrace. Its architecture mainly draws inspiration from Mediterranean old towns and it's my first attempt at a 32x64 corner modular building, as well as an inverted corner solution. The first floors host a hardware shop and a wine shop; upstairs, a flat on two levels in the Sand Green building and a potter's lab in the white townhouse can be found. The terrace itself also offers a couple of tables to customers wishing to taste their wine enjoying a nice view of the city. The model uses 4826 pieces. Hope you like it!
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    [MOC] Corner Terrace

    Thank you!!
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    [MOC] Neoclassical Theatre

    Stud.io
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    [MOC] Neoclassical Theatre

    Thank you everybody! The instructions are available at bricksandtiles.jimdo.com
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    [MOC] Neoclassical Theatre

    Yes, it is! It counts more than 12k bricks.
  9. Giacinto Consiglio

    [MOC] Fine Arts Shop & Newsagent's

    Thank you. They are 15573 jumper plates. I sell instructions on bricksandtiles.jimdo.com ??
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    [MOC] Fine Arts Shop & Newsagent's

    Thank you everybody! The pics are renders by amazing Mecabricks
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    [MOC] Florence Cathedral

    I'm back with a revised (and instruction-ized) version of Florence Cathedral (Duomo of Santa Maria del Fiore) I originally created back in 2017, but never posted on EB. The original model was built with real bricks in Florence Cathedral Museum thanks to the great team of Toscanabricks LEGO fan group, excited by the digital pics of the model I showed on an Italian LEGO forum. I finally managed to make instructions for it and I modified the domes (both Brunelleschi's and the three twins above the apses) with the newly released 1x2 rounded plates. I included a pic of the original model displayed at Museo dell'Opera del Duomo at the bottom of the gallery (photo not by me). Hope you like it!! (great photo by Claudio Giovannini)
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    [MOC] St Mark's Square - Venice

    I'm proud to present my latest project, a part of which I already showed in another topic. At around 26000 bricks, this is by far the most challenging and time-consuming MOC I've ever made: due to the particular configuration of the Basilica, I had to reconstruct it as a stand-alone, isolating it from the adjoining buildings. More pics are coming in the near future to show some hidden details. Hope you like it!
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    [MOC] St Mark's Square - Venice

    Final pic of the Square from above
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    [MOC] St Mark's Square - Venice

    New pic of the back of the Basilica. I strove a lot to find enough information about this part of the building, as it is completely hidden by adjoining structures. It is mostly a "reconstruction" of how the church would look like if it was a stand-alone: even the apse is fused to other structures and impossible to visualize as a complete semicircle. Here you can also perceive how heterogeneous is the surface of the Basilica: marbles suddenly interrupt revealing the original romanesque/byzantine brickwork; the shape of the openings and of the roofline is indeed very similar to some details of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.
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    [MOC] St Mark's Campanile

    I'm back with the world renown St Mark's Campanile in Venice, the first part of my upcoming St Mark's Square layout. The model stands at 87 cm and includes the bell chamber, accessible by removing the top of the tower. Its scale is approximately the same as trophy statuettes, making it perfect to host even micro-tourists! Instructions are available. Hope you like it.
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    [MOC] St Mark's Square - Venice

    Unfortunately, just a symbolic "monarch" hahahha
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    [MOC] St Mark's Square - Venice

    This is a render, but I'm probably going to build it for real
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    [MOC] St Mark's Square - Venice

    North Facade
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    [MOC] St Mark's Square - Venice

    New pic! South fa├žade
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    [MOC] St Mark's Square - Venice

    More pics coming in the next days!
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    [MOC] St Mark's Square - Venice

    Is it now?
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    [MOC] St Mark's Campanile

    Thank you!
  23. Giacinto Consiglio

    [MOC] Florence Cathedral

    Thank you very much guys
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    [MOC] Florence Cathedral

    Thank you everybody. It contains more than 16000 bricks-no interiors though!
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    [MOC] Florence Cathedral

    Thank you! By the way, another Italian landmark is coming soon: St Mark's Basilica!!