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Finally it's done! For the past 10 months, whenever I've found the time, I've been working on my new project "Post Office". My first corner house from the Modular Building series. Besides the challenge of 45° angles in Lego to build nice and stable, the biggest challenge with the corner house was certainly the small space. You can also see the whole project under MOC-88507 - Post Office on Rebrickable. There you can also buy the building instructions as PDF. Best you make yourselves a picture of it, enjoy! As already mentioned, the Post Office is a modular corner building. The MOC consists of an old post office on the first floor, a design agency on the 1st floor and a small yoga studio on the top floor. The MOC has a lot of details on each floor. It is built on a standard 32 x 32 baseplate and includes 11 minifigures and a small mobile flower wagon. Ground Floor - Post Office On the first floor is an old classic post office with two counters. In the post office there are many details like a copier, a packing corner or postcard racks. Outside there is an ATM and a flower seller with a small flower wagon. 1st floor - Ninja Design - Design Agency On the 1st floor, next to the passage to the outside spiral staircase to the top floor, there is a small, fully equipped design agency with work desks, eating area and sitting area. Many details such as posters of print campaigns, awards, a bookshelf and a water dispenser enliven the modern furnished office space. 2nd floor - Yoga Studio Small yoga studio on the top floor with a locker room, a gong and a water dispenser. There is an old clock on the outside that can be operated from the roof. Roof From the 2nd floor, a ladder leads to the flat roof. The roof is deliberately kept simple next to two air conditioners has made a small bird comfortable on the roof.
Well, it's been a few weeks and I have another city style building for everyone to cast their eyes on to. I saved some stickered tiles from an earlier version of a City Bank and I thought a new smaller version was called for to sit along the big box hardware store. The idea is to make a large city/town square layout. Keep watching !