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  1. ReplicaOfLife

    [MOC] Bakery & Toy Store

    Hello everyone, this is my latest modular builing, the Bakery & Toy Store: Principal design in stud.io was done in 6-7 weeks & finished by the beginning of August. Then I spent another three weeks working out kinks, improving the build etc. Collecting the parts & ordering all the bones I was missing took another few weeks, and then I had about a month of fun building it (I took my time ) Basics: ~5500 pieces 4,1 kg 42cm high As usual, I just had some basic ideas when I started working on this. There were also two parts I wanted to use: - I was lucky to get a number of 4 x 4 plates in delicious sand-red relatively cheaply at the beginning of the year, so those had to go in! - and I got a few 32007 (Technic Tread Hub) from a bulk lot I purchased, and when I saw that piece, I immediately pictured it used on a facade somewhere Besides the bakery and toy shop, the building also houses Bennys Robot & Droid Repair Shop and a two-storey apartment First time I went for a brick-built lantern. The shelves are stacked in the toy store, including lots of Lego! And lots of delicious stuff can be had in the bakery. Now we enter Bennys Robot & Droid Repair Shop. Benny, being an honorary graduate of the Clarkson School of Engineering, wants to start work on this robot. His colleague would prefer a more delicate approach... The shop's security system is run from the desk. This is the first floor of the two-storey apartment. The staircase is built sideways (the one leading up to this floor aswell, but I failed to photograph that one properly ) The kitchen counter, looking rather unassuming, also features extensive SNOTting within. The top floor has the spacious living room with a huge, wall-mounted TV. Guitar & Amp and another book shelf provide entertainment when you're done with Brickflix. The guest bedroom doubles as a home gym. Size comparison to the town house from the Book Shop. It's not quite fair, but that was sort of the point . That being said, I don't think the Town House looks that out of place next to my modular, despite being so much smaller. As usual, there are more pictures on flickr for anyone who's interested. I appreciate any comments, praise or critique. Tobias
  2. Cherry-Rose

    [MOC/IDEAS] Concession Corner Modular

    Support the project on LEGO Ideas! More Photos on Flickr! The Concession Corner is a high-profile modular building that is perfect for a bustling downtown scene! I made it to be compatible with existing modular buildings. To make the project unique, I decided to make this an end piece inspired by the likes of the Flatiron building. The sidewalk wraps around the entire perimeter, so it can connect both forwards and backwards. I made it on a 32x32 baseplate for the bulk of the set and a 16x32 baseplate for the tall bay window, which wraps around the two sides and gives a great view. This set works well standalone on all sides. It consists of about 2900 pieces and features two tall stories. It features a Fast-Casual restaurant on the first floor, and a loft office space on the second floor. I went through a lot of iterations to pack in building techniques that I'll let you discover. Ground Floor: On the first floor, there is a lot of space outside to pose minifigures. There is a velvet rope line leading into the restaurant, a bus stop with a wrought-iron bench, and two cherry blossom trees on either corner. In the back, there is an entrance to the kitchen and stairs to the second story. When you first enter, you can pick up a menu under a cool burger sign, or pick from the chalkboard above. The employees would be glad to help prepare food at the counter, either to stay or to go. There is substantial dine-in seating, a fountain soda machine, a condiment table, and a handicapped exit. The kitchen has an industrial fridge, a wide grill for searing fresh patties, a sink, and a cutting board. Second Story Once you go up the stairs through the back of the building, you can enter a classy lobby to be greeted by a professional to help you with any studio needs: drafting, interiors, graphics, even contemporary paintings. There's a futon, a runner and two desks, plus a balcony to view the outside. I included six different minifigures representing children, cashiers, managers, patrons, or anything you want them to be. Thank you very much for taking the time to check this out!
  3. I usually design minifigure scale vehicles. This bus terminal is the first modular building I designed. I am happy and satisfied with how it comes out. Please support my projects on LEGO Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/…/b9b8dce7-0984-4045-89f8-c3a8fa067d… Minifigures in Lego city need public transportation. The bus is definitely a good choice for them. I have created a bus terminal modular building for all Lego fans to add it to their Lego city. Two buses come along with the modular building. The first floor is a waiting room with a ticket booth. The second floor has a coffee shop for minifigures to have a cup of coffee when they are waiting for a bus. The third floor is the roof and there is a table surrounding by flowers. Please support this project if you like this modular building. Update 05/09/20: Added windows to the roof
  4. Pate-keetongu

    New Century Corner III

    The third block of my series of Art Nouveau/Jugendstil modulars: The yellow building is called Kotiharju house. It is inspired by Eol in Helsinki's Katajanokka. It was work of Gesellius-Lindgren-Saarinen studio in 1903, when they were the most renowned architects in Finland. I took the form of strong, malleable plasted building by rounding the corners with gapless SNOT techniques; it took quite a lot of parts but looks clean and is very stable. My version is not exact copy, though. I wish the bay window on the left looked more solid, but it's hard to make compact bay windows with angled window panels. The olive green building is called Kallioperä. The main inspiration is work of Gustaf Estlander who is more famous as a yatch designed, but was very active architect in Helsinki between 1901 and 1910. The round double portal is straight from Estlander's work. The grey natural stone details are inspired by famour works of Gesellius-Lindgren-Saarinen: Finnish National Museum and Pohjola Insurance Company. The shaping of the robust bay windows refers to Grahn-Hedman-Wasastjerna's works around Helsinki and the triangular "stone church" portal to Von Essen-Kallio-Ikäläinen's Norma in Katajanokka. This modular was made in two parts, the corner in spring 2019 for Hupicon exhibit, and the rest this spring. The third building, Primrose building, is more international. It is inspired by Viennese Secession and its applications that were well known in Finland at the time. The main source is Jungmann Square 1 building in Prague, but most of the neo-baroque details are left out to capture simpler, more elegant feel akin to Otto Wagner's work. Female masks with flowing hair were usual in Prague Art Nouveu but rare in Finland. They make a mental connection to my character builds. This one is quite complicated technically; especially the turrets are interesting complexes of SNOT techniques. There is more on my blog, including my own source photos of actual buildings referred. Thanks!
  5. Modularize a van into a building is an interesting process and experience. No extra part is used. You get all necessary parts within the official set - 10220 Volkswagen V1 Camper Van. The G/F is a shop for car assessory. There is a Michelin figure outside the shop too. Also there is a dog walking down the street I hope you can recoginze it. Lol. The 1/F is a residential. You can find inside a bed, a desk with a computer, a sofa, a small table, a TV set, a cupboard, an air-conditioner, water tap and sink, etc. The roof there are a table and two stools. I hope you would enjoy this modularized van! More MOCs of mine: https://rebrickable.com/users/beewiks/mocs/
  6. mouseketeer

    [MOC] Modular New Orleans Jazz Club

    Inspired by the ornate architecture of New Orleans, this modular brings a touch of the Big Easy to the Modular street. At ground level is a gumbo restaurant with indoor fountain, a beignet bakery, a pirate statue (containing hidden treasure), and a wall fountain being sipped at by a bayou frog. Up the alley staircase, minifigures will find a voodoo emporium on one side, or head the other way into a bar complete with (minibuild) model riverboat. Out onto the balcony and up a second staircase, minifigures reach the jazz club itself, with complete jazz band. More images are on my Flickr at https://www.flickr.com/photos/146006635@N03/albums LEGO Modular New Orleans Jazz Club by inklingbricks, on Flickr LEGO Modular New Orleans Jazz Club by inklingbricks, on Flickr
  7. stef2280

    [MOC] Old Town Hostel

    Hello! I am here with another nice MOC. I hope you like it! It is a "Old Town Hostel" modular building here some features: 5283 Bricks Perfect Modular building dimension!!! Perfect compatibility with Lego® Modular Buildings Divided in 4 layers like all official Lego® Modular Nice scenario “broken window” Nice hidden garden behind the building with a barbecue and a chimney Nice tall city tree Ground Floor is furnished with a Reception Hall scenario First floor is furnished with curtains and tiles with a very nice spiral staircase Second floor furnished just with tiles Possibility to furnish first and second floor as you want You may get my instructions here: Stebrick.com Some other pictures at my Flickr page: Stebrick Flickr
  8. Giacinto Consiglio

    [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!
  9. Oky

    [MOC] Musical Modular

    Hi everyone! My entry for the Music To Our Ears contest on Lego Ideas has made it to the Top 9 entries, so I figured I'd share it here. It's currently in the crowd vote phase, so I'd appreciate it if you would head over there and give it a vote. But without further ado, here is the MOC: One of the best things about music is that there are so many different styles of it. What better way to discover them all than at a music store! Celebrate the wide variety of music genres and musical instruments and relive the heyday of music stores with this modular building! This corner building is comprised of a music store and a record shop on the ground floor and several apartments on the upper floors. Each apartment is themed after a popular music genre to suit the style of its inhabitant. The architect of the building designed it to look like a group of giant instruments to represent the four different types of instruments: An electric guitar (stringed), a clarinet (wind), a drum set (percussion), and a turntable (electronic). The floors can be separated to play inside. This 2589-piece set is not only a great addition to anyone's modular buildings display, but also a fun playset that can serve as a home for your CMF musicians. Comes with 2 store owners and a new Classical Musician! Let's take a closer look! The sidewalk is patterned like a piano keyboard, and between the music and record stores, there a staircase going up to the apartments with tuplet-shaped handrails leading up to the door. The music store has all kinds of different instruments. At the cash register, the store owner is having a discussion with the Classical Musician about which music is better: Classic or Metal. Albums of all kinds line the walls of the record store. The Disco Guy likes to come here often to disco-ver new tunes to dance to. The first apartments are dedicated to the pop star, disco guy, cowgirl, and saxophone player, representing pop, R&B and soul, country, and blues/jazz respectively. Next to the stairs to the top floor, there is a small corner with a table for the saxophone player for when he's not on the balcony. The last floor features rooms for the DJ, Rockstar, and Classical Musician, as well as a terrace with graffiti for the rapper to hang out on, representing techno, rock, classical music, and hip hop. There is a stark contrast between the styles of the three rooms. There is also a small closet with a broom and bucket in the hallway. The turntable-shaped roof can be accessed via a ladder going up the clarinet tower. I hope you like it. If you do, again, please give it your vote here. Since it has made it to the Top 9, it will be considered as a potential future set during the next Ideas review! Thanks, and keep on rockin'!
  10. royalspud

    [MOC] Modern Living (Complete)

    Hi all! I've completed my contemporary modular MOC and dubbed it "Modern Living"! I've also made an exploded view, updated renders all around and a presentation video. Presentation video Exterior renders LEGO Contemporary living - Thumbnail V2 by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO modern modularV3 fact sheet by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO Contemporary Living V3 - minifigs by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO modern modular car_4 by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO modern modular car_3 by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO Contemporary Living V3 - overview rear right by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO Contemporary Living V3 - overview rear left by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO Contemporary Living V3 - overview front right by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO Contemporary Living V3 - overview front left by Royalspud, on Flickr Interior renders LEGO modern modular V3 minifig scene 1 by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO modern modular V3 minifig scene 5 by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO modern modular V3 minifig scene 3 by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO modern modular V3 minifig scene 2 by Royalspud, on Flickr LEGO modern modular V3 minifig scene 4 by Royalspud, on Flickr If you like this MOC please consider supporting it on Ideas if you haven't already. Thank you!
  11. Hello everybody! After a lot of time and work I have finished my new MOC: Notre Dame DE PARIS I hope you like it. You can find it also on rebrickable to see the Bricklist: Notre Dame on Rebrickable Smile Dimension in cm: width: 51,8 cm, length: 145,7 cm, Height at the top of the central tower: 101,9 Dimension in Inches: width: 20,4 Length 57,4 Height at the top of the central tower 40,1 Divided in 5 macro blocks easy to move, transport and to stock: the "facade", the "nave", the "transept", the "choir" and the “apse" 63.181 bricks!!! But do not worry, I have done a very special thing to help you to save money… Total Bricks list and instructions divided in “VISIBLE BRICKS” 50.103 bricks and “STRUCTURAL BRICKS” 13.078 bricks. VISIBLE BRICKS: all the bricks you have to buy in the exact color and type! STRUCTURAL BRICKS: all the Hidden bricks of the building, you have to get just in the exact type of brick!!! It means you can use any color while keeping only the type of brick!!! You can use your own used bricks to save money!!! no matter what color you have ... just be sure of the type !!! For example: 1500 2x4 bricks… choose by yourself the color, you will never see these bricks because they are hidden inside the structure!!! SAVE MONEY!!! Bricks exchange proposal: Because during time some bricks can become RARE, I have done a special list Where I explain to you how to substitute some bricks that could become rare with other ones without change the final result of the building!!! During time, watching how Bricks market go on, I will do some upgrades to let the Notre Dame always buildable to save your money!
  12. Lepralego

    MOC: Boulevard des Lumières

    I'm glad to introduce Boulevard des Lumières, my very first big 'Moc'! I started this project in march 2015 and abandoned it a few months later due to professional and family reasons. Then I restarted it again last September and finished it now in January 2020. The idea was to create a building inspired in the Haussmann style present in most of central Paris, without any piece count limit that would keep the modular compatibility and the minifig scale. So this is not a direct replica of any particular one. The street name is also fictional, there is no 'Boulevard des Lumières' in Paris, but its spirit is highly Parisian. Also, I'm adding some extra info and videos in the next days in my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lepralego/. Any suggestions, questions or comments are welcome. Cheers!
  13. LegoModularFan

    Inspirational Modular and Castle MOCs

    Hey guys, I decided to create this topic and the main idea came from this and this post (so special thanks to @danth and @Digger of Bricks!). I would like to highlight three things before I start to post inspirational MOCs: I’ll post three staff picks everyday! Please feel free to post your favorite MOCs! Have fun admiring and taking inspiration from those great MOCs Top three MOC’s IMO in Baroque architecture: 1. This incredible Baroque Church by @Jellyeater! 2. This amazingly detailed MOC by @pj_bosman! 3. This greatly shaped modular by @cimddwc! Here are the three best Baroque MOC’s IMO! What do you think about them? Would you buy modulars like those if TLG made? Here are the Steampunk ones: 1. This incredible layout made together by @castor-troy and @domino39 (they also made one MOD of the PR and the MS and two MOD’s of the CC included in this layout. But they look so different that they are more MOC then MOD). EB topic here and Flickr albums with more photos here, here, here and here. 2. These great Steampunk modulars by @adde51! 3. These very interesting modulars by @Zilmrud who as well made great MOD’s of the PC and the BB! Here are the three most gorgeous Steampunk MOC’s IMO! What do you think of them? Would you buy modulars like those if TLG ever made?
  14. This interpretation of 10937 Arkham Asylum as the modular building, “An Alternate Asylum,” was created with four official sets and a handful of various monochromatic plates from my collection. Additionally, I elected to substitute some gray bricks with those of slightly more saturated hues via Bricklink. Enjoy! flickr Front: Rear: Interior: Stealing a moment away: Spooky Street: Until next time~
  15. gabrielerava

    [MOC] Bubble Building

    Dear all, In last years I focused on bigger project related to not residential modular: firstly the Peace and War Square and later the Seaside Harbour Project. Lastly even a train control station.... Now I'm back to the basics and I'm proud to introduce my last modular MOC, the Bubble Building. It'a a standalone "classic" modular building. Some details still need to be fixed. In the meantime.... The MOC comprises three minor buildings: a pharmacy on the right, a choco shop on the left and a little tower in the middle. Through the gallery below the light blue tower you can access to the shops and to the upper levels. Each building is linked with the other. From the left side it resembles a corner modular, but that's not the case. It's the great balcony above the pharmacy to give this impression due to the perspective. Here follow the shots per single layer/module. Obviously the more chocolate you eat the more you need some medicine from the pharmacy.... Shots from other points of view: Final shot to explain the name of the building! Hope you enjoyed! See next time and wish you the best Gabriele More images on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/132864555@N03/albums
  16. ReplicaOfLife

    [MOC] GREEN BRICK GRAND HOTEL

    Welcome to Green Brick Grand Hotel! After over seven months in the making, it's finally time for me to present my newest modular MOC to you. Green Brick Grand Hotel is my biggest MOC to date, it is the largest both in footprint and height. It is built as a regular corner building, but features an inverted corner! Inside, it is fully furnished, featuring a lobby with reception and bar/loung area, dining room, kitchen, manager's office, an indoor pool and 6 rooms (two single & four double). I estimate this one to consist of about 7000-8000 pieces. Building time was February to September 2019. Except for the top of the tower, I did no virtual planning, it was all done as a free build using pieces from my collection (and a couple of bricklink orders I had to place...). More pictures can be found in the flickr album. A couple is just arriving at the hotel... Upon entering, you can't miss the reception. To the left is the grand sweeping staircase leading up to the other floors. The room for the couple isn't quite ready yet, so they enjoy some refreshments in the bar/ loung area. The dining / breakfast room. Currently, there's just one couple in. Overview of the ground floor Coming up from the reception area, there is a nice atrium from which you can look down to the ground floor. This also gives access to the manager's office, the small pool and a huge double room. The small indoor pool. There's only one room on the first floor, but it's a spacious double bedroom. The second floor also has two single rooms and one double room. Both singles are rather small, but they offer everything you might need! The other single room. Double room on the second floor. There's only two rooms on the third and topmost floor, both very spacious double rooms. One of them even features a small balcony with wide, opening doors! The couple we saw earlier arrives in their room. They booked the other spacious suite on the top floor. Again, there are some more pictures on my flickr account! Hope you like it - I'm looking forward to your feedback! Greetings, Tobias (RogerSmith)
  17. Giacinto Consiglio

    [MOC] Modular Modern District

    I'm proud to reveal a brand new modular building in a brand new style! This is my first attempt at contemporary architecture, and the buildings feature a luxury apartment and an office tower with a working elevator. Hope you like it!
  18. Rick

    10255 Assembly Square

    10255 Assembly Square 10255 Assembly Square Ages 16+. 4,002 pieces. US $279.99 - CA $329.99 - DE 239.99€ - UK £169.99 - DK 2099.00 DKK *Euro pricing varies by country. Please visit shop.LEGO.com for regional pricing. Celebrate ten years of Modular Building with the Assembly Square! Take a trip to the amazing Assembly Square, developed to celebrate ten years of LEGO® Modular Buildings, featuring a wealth of unsurpassed, intricate details and hidden surprises. Easy-to-remove building sections provide access to the highly detailed interior, comprising a ground level with a bakery, florist’s shop and café, a middle level with a music store, photo studio and dental office, and an upper-level dance studio and apartment with access to a rooftop terrace with barbecue. The exterior of the building features a detailed sidewalk with outdoor café furniture, fountain, streetlamps and a highly elaborate facade with beautifully detailed windows and doors, three buildable shop signs, spired tower and a decorative roofline. Collect and build an entire town with the LEGO Creator Expert Modular Building series 10243 Parisian Restaurant, 10246 Detective’s Office and 10251 Brick Bank. Includes eight minifigures and a baby figure. · Includes eight minifigures: a dentist, barista, baker, florist, music store assistant, dancer, photographer and a LEGO® fan, plus a baby figure. · The three-level Assembly Square features an authentic, elaborate facade with detailed windows and doors, three buildable shop signs, spired tower, decorative roofline and a rooftop terrace, plus a detailed tiled sidewalk with a fountain, outdoor café furniture and two streetlamps. The highly detailed interior includes a bakery, florist’s shop, café, music store, photo studio, dental office, apartment and a dance studio. · Ground level features a bakery with counter, cash register, shelves, opening oven, wedding cake and assorted buildable pastries and treats; a florist’s shop with counter, cash register, garden tools, flower arrangements, bouquets and a blue and yellow macaw parrot element; and a café with espresso machine, counter, bench seating and pie elements. · Middle level features a music store with a buildable drum set, two guitars and saxophone element; photo studio with buildable classic camera and adjustable tripod; and a dental office with buildable reclining chair, waiting area, telephone and a sink. · Upper level features a dance studio with buildable piano and reflective mirror element; an apartment with buildable foldout sofa bed, detailed kitchen, toilet, micro LEGO® train, modular buildings and Eiffel Tower, and access to a rooftop terrace with buildable barbecue, table and a neglected plant. · Accessory elements include a ballerina skirt, Chihuahua, pretzel, ornamental chicken and candy. Also includes a buildable telephone, grill, baby carriage and buildable lamps. · Remove the building sections to access the detailed interior. · Adjust the camera tripod and take photos all around the square. · Recline the dentist chair and reveal those pearly whites! · Open the oven door to remove your freshly-baked pastries. · Fold out the sofa bed and relax while you admire your modular buildings collection! · Celebrate Modular Buildings with this awesome 10th anniversary LEGO® Creator Expert set! · This set offers an age-appropriate build and play experience for ages 16+. · New decorated elements include a dentist torso, dentist window and 2x3 tile with the 10182 Café Corner box front. · Includes lots of curved and corner angle tiles, garage doors used as box windows and LEGO® Technic excavator scoops used as roofing elements. · Collect and build an entire town with the LEGO® Creator Expert Modular Building series 10243 Parisian Restaurant, 10246 Detective’s Office and 10251 Brick Bank. · Measures over 13” (35cm) high, 14” (38cm) wide and 9” (25cm) deep. Available for sale directly through LEGO® beginning January 1, 2017 via shop.LEGO.com, LEGO® Stores or via phone All images (including even higher resolution versions) are also available on flickr. References to Past Modular Buildings Designer video
  19. Hey guys, I’m searching MOC instructions and LDD files for my near-future huge Lego city. I plan of course doing some MOC modulars but there are some very nice MOCs created by other people! I made a list of all the designers I found, I hope that list helps some other people who search modular instructions! Here are the MOCers with instructions that are definitely worth looking at (with no particular order): —Brick Ative (by @lookl and @Pakita) ebay Rebrickable —SteBrick (by @stef2280) Bricklink Stebrick Rebrickable —Snaillad (instructions on sale by @2013-lego) (by @snaillad) ebay Rebrickable —Sheo (by @sheo) Rebrickable —peedeejay (by @peedeejay) ebay Rebrickable —bricksandtiles (by @Giacinto Consiglio) ebay Rebrickable —Kristel (by @Kristel) Rebrickable —brickcitydepot (by @brickcitydepot) brickcitydepot ebay Amazon no starch press Barnes and Noble —Ryan Taggart (by @ryantaggart) snakebyte.dk LDD File of Construction Site –geo.gr (by @Gunman) ebay —BrickToyCo (by @Tobysan) BrickToyCo —hermez (by @hermez) Rebrickable —mestari (by @Mestari) Rebrickable —Huaojozu (by @Huaojozu) Rebrickable —2013-lego (by @2013-lego) (his own designed modulars) ebay Rebrickable —Duncaadkin0 (by @Dakar A) ebay —BrickBuildersPro (by @lgorlando) BrickBuildersPro ebay Amazon —The Brick Show Shop The Brick Show ebay —andrepsramos ebay TISMSTORE Rebrickable –Brickstruct Bricklink Brickstruct —10214 Alternative Build (by Garom) Rebrickable —The Magic House (by valgarise) Smart Bricks —Bob's Burgers (by jtam1608) ebay —Villa Maison (by @marcosbessa) (found the LDD file on LDD gallery as it’s no longer available in his own website): LDD File —Train Station (by @LegoWolf) (link to download the LDD file is on his Flickr): LDD File Here are some other ones (those which doesn't really interest me but I'm sure that will interest many others): —SkywardBrick Rebrickable —TheUniqueBrick TheUniqueBrick Rebrickable ebay —A *Deal* 4 U (by waltzking) Bricklink —Bricker and Co Bricker and Co ebay —Bjor Schoute ebay —sabriyo Sabriyo Customs ebay —Bauanleitungenmartin ebay —Berth Rebrickable —Soar Brick soarbrick ebay —gryffindorcommonroom ebay —scottcdavid ebay —sodabilly ebay —bolbuyk Rebrickable —deconstructor1 ebay —jval (Need for Brick) Bricklink Rebrickable —Fully Brick Models Bricklink —Brick Vice Bricklink Rebrickable —BrickusMaximus Bricklink —SonicSunday Rebrickable —Brickalive Rebrickable BlocK Shop —custombricks.de CUSTOMBRICKS Rebrickable —The Royal Church (by ateameric) Rebrickable —Alternative for Town Bridge (by Albertovax Corner) Bricklink —Bowling Alley (by drtyksh) ebay —Book Store (by Lair of Maedhros) Bricklink So that’s all I found. Maybe you wonder “why he’s asking for new instructions, he already found enough!” I ask it because I’m just purchasing/will just purchase the instructions in the categorie “must-have” . In LDD gallery, there are some interesting MOCs, you can download them too. I hope that list helps some people and some people helps me by recommending/finding more modular instructions/LDD files Cheers!
  20. 10211 Grand Emporium Ages 16+. 2,182 pieces, US $149.99 CA $199.99 UK £ 139.99 DE € 149.99 Welcome to the grand opening of the Grand Emporium! The LEGO® Modular Buildings series continues with this spectacularly detailed 3-story department store, designed in a realistic scale with lots of special building techniques and rare pieces. On the street outside, citizens carry shopping bags, send letters at the mailbox, admire the window mannequins, and cool off at the ice cream stand while a busy window washer works above. Enter through the revolving door to discover a ground-floor clothing department, complete with a cash register, fitting room, hats, jewelry, perfume, and even a selection of spare trousers. A brick-built escalator carries customers to the second floor housewares department with glassware and golden plates for special occasions, and then it’s up to the top floor for the toy department (complete with toy house and push-scooter) and a great big chandelier above the open atrium. Up on the roof are a billboard and skylight. • Includes 7 minifigures: 1 window cleaner, 1 female shop assistant, 1 genetleman and 1 lady with shopping bags, 1 boy plus 1 male and 1 female mannequin! • Enter the Grand Emporium through a revolving door that really spins! • The first floor has a clothing department with cash register, fitting room, hats, jewelery, perfume and more! • The second floor has a housewares department with glassware and golden plates! • Take the amazing brick-built escalator to the top floor of these 3-story department store! • The top floor is a toy department complete with toy house and push-scooter! • Grand Emporium features a big chandelier above the open atrium and even a skylight! • Lots of realistic details with a rooftop billboard and shoppers with shopping bags! • Raise and lower the window washer outside the building! • Send letters at the mailbox outside the Grand Emporium! • Admire the window mannequins from the street and stop at the ice cream stand for a treat! • Includes new inverted arches and rare elements like transparent 1x1 ‘headlight bricks’ and dark green windows! • Combine with other modular buildings like 10197 Fire Brigade and 10185 Green Grocer! • Measures 15" (38 cm) high and 10" (25 cm) wide! All pictures link to HR images which can be +7000.pxl All Pictures © 2010 The LEGO Group and used here with permission!
  21. Bricked1980

    [MOC] BRICK TOWN POLICE STATION

    Hi everyone This my latest MOC and project for LEGO Ideas. My interpretation of a classic American style Police Station. Brick Town Police Station is a corner modular building built to the standard 32x32 footprint. The model is made up from 2826 pieces. The main focus of the model is the Police Station itself but I've also included doughnut store and a Police car. MINIFIGURES The model features 6 minifigures, including 4 Police officers, a criminal and the doughnut store worker. A Police dog is also included. LEVEL 1 - DOUGHNUT STORE AND POLICE STATION The ground level depicts a corner street scene. Various details include a bench, tree and water hydrant. A series of steps lead up to the main entrance of the police station which is set at a 45 degree angle to the rest of the building. The Police Station also features a garage with a barrier that can be raised and lowered to allow the Police car to drive through to the back of the building. Next door to the Police station is the doughnut store featuring bright red striped awning and a large doughnut sign on the roof. A narrow recess between the 2 buildings leads to a separate staff entrance in to the police station. On the ground level of the police station is the reception desk and waiting room. Behind the desk I've included a coffee machine and some equipment storage. There is also a door in this room that leads out to the back of the building where the police car can be parked. LEVEL 2 - OFFICES AND INTERROGATION ROOM A staircase on the ground level leads in to the Chief's office on the next floor. The office features the Chief's desk with a tiny typewriter and other details. Level 2 also features a staff office room with a water cooler and equipment storage. A window in this room overlooks the interview/interrogation room. LEVEL 3 - HOLDING CELLS The third level includes 2 prison holding cells. A door inside this room also gives the mini figs access on to the roof. POLICE CAR The police car is 6 studs wide but has space to fit 2 mini figs side by side in the front seats. THE FINISHED MODEL The image below shows this moc alongside my other modular buildings. Left to right - The Queen Bricktoria, Brick Square Post Office, Bricks & Blooms and The Convenience Store LEGO IDEAS I've added Brick Town Police Station to LEGO Ideas. If you like the model then I'd be massively grateful if you could please spare a few moments to check out the page on LEGO Ideas and give it your support. http://bit.ly/legomodularpolice Thanks for reading and I hope you like Brick Town Police Station, feel free to let me know what you think. If you'd like to see more, then head across to my Flickr page where I've uploaded many more pictures of the model.
  22. chezzymann

    [MOC] Book Hop, a used book store

    This is Book Hop. It was going to be called Book Shop, but I ran out of space for the S on the sign and went with Hop instead. I think its more unique anyways. It took me a while to make this, worked on and off for a few weeks in stud.io. Not including the time waiting for bricklink orders. And then another couple weeks tweaking things and adding stuff in real life. Its around 3000 pieces. Hope you enjoy! Exterior: First floor: I wanted to separate each section by genre. Theres romance, sci fi, cooking, and graphic novels. See if you can guess which is which. I made sure to have studs on the floor so you can pose minifigs easily. (Excuse the hairs I have a dog and its super hard to remove all of them). Second floor: Its a starbucks style café. I really wanted a big bathroom for some reason so that's a thing. Better angle of the café. I'm planning on adding stickers for a menu on the brown tiles eventually. Magazine area with a comfy couch. Third floor: Its an apartment. This was done freestyle with spare parts, unlike the rest of the building which was designed in stud.io. Demolished some mixels and lakeside lodge to make it. Lower angle. Managed to cram a shower area into a small space. Just barely!
  23. Rick

    10243 Parisian Restaurant

    10243 Parisian Restaurant Ages 16+. 2,469 pieces. Have an unforgettable evening at the amazing Parisian Restaurant! US $159.99 - CA $189.99 - DE 149.99 € - UK 132.99 £ - DK 1299.00 DKK It’s very busy in the Parisian Restaurant. As a scooter zips by, inside the waiter rushes between the tables as the nervous young man gets ready to propose with the ring! It’s just as hectic behind the scenes, with the chef busily preparing the food. This beautifully detailed building is the setting for so many stories and is a great addition to the modular building series. The Parisian Restaurant has a fully-stocked, blue and white tiled kitchen with tableware as well as a cozy apartment with pull-down bed, kitchenette and fireplace. On the top floor is the artist’s room with a studio that includes a cast iron heater, easel, paintbrush and two works of art by the aspiring artist. Outside, stairs lead down to the roof terrace lined with hanging lanterns and flowers where the diners eat alfresco-style. This amazing Parisian Restaurant model even includes a facade with croissants, clams and feather details that recapture the feel of Paris. Includes 5 minifigures: chef, waiter, girl and a romantic couple. Includes 5 minifigures: chef, waiter, girl and a romantic couple Also includes a rat, seagull and 2 clams Kitchen features blue and white tiled floor, lots of kitchen units and a variety of utensils Second-floor apartment features a pull-down bed, kitchenette and fireplace Top floor features an opening roof revealing an artist’s studio with heater, easel, paintbrush, palette and artwork Includes lots of food items for the customers including croissants, a pie, 2 cupcakes, 2 grapes, 2 hotdogs, turkey, cheese wedges, milk carton and colored bottles Also includes hard-to-find white croissants and bricks in olive green, dark blue and dark red Intricate exterior details include facade with croissant detailing, bus stop, sidewalk, scooter and even a dumpster and trash can at the back Put up the printed restaurant sign and menu to entice the customers in Collect and build an entire town with the LEGO® Modular Buildings collection: 10224 Town Hall and 10232 Palace Cinema! Measures over 11” (30cm) high, 9” (25cm) long and 9” (25cm) wide Available for sale directly through LEGO® beginning January 2014 via shop.LEGO.com, LEGO® Stores or via phone. Click images for high-resolution images Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor Terrace Restaurant Kitchen Apartment Artist's Studio Details & Accessories Street Box Art Designer Video
  24. Official Press release 18.01.2013 10232 Palace Cinema (Available March 1st. 2013, for VIP Customers 14th. of February!) US $149.99, CDN $199.99, DE 139,99€, UK £119.99, DK 1,099.00 DKK Build a grand premiere at the Palace Cinema! It's premiere night at the Palace Cinema! Illuminate the night sky with the spotlights as the child star arrives in a fancy black limousine! Gather the crowd on the star-studded sidewalk, then head into the detailed lobby with a concession stand and ticket area! Take the grand staircase into the theater with a large screen, movie projector and reclining chairs for 6 minifigures. Introducing the latest addition to the LEGO Modular Buildings series, the highly detailed, 2-story Palace Cinema corner building. This collectable model features a sidewalk of the stars, brick-built entrance doors, posters, sign frontage, a tower with spires and rooftop decorations. Includes 6 minifigures: child actress, chauffeur, female guest, male guest, photographer and cinema worker. Includes 6 minifigures: child star, chauffeur, female guest, male guest, photographer and cinema worker Features brick-built entrance doors, posters, sign frontage, tower with spires and rooftop decoration, lobby, concession stand, ticket area, staircase, big screen, projector and reclining seats for 6 minifigures Vehicles include classic-style limousine Hard-to-find elements include a red baseplate and dark tan, dark red, and gold pieces Seat a 6-minifigure audience in the reclining seats! Play on the star-studded sidewalk, in the detailed lobby or in the big-screen theater! Collect and build an entire town with the LEGO® Modular Buildings collection: 10224 Town Hall, 10218 Pet Shop and 10211 Grand Emporium! Palace Cinema measures 15" (38cm) high, 10" (25.5cm) wide, and 10" (25.5cm) deep Limousine measures 1.6" (4cm) high, 5.9" (15cm) long, and 1.9" (5cm) wide Images link to HR pics +7000.pxl Download Designer Video in HD (29.7 MB) Enjoy! :classic: VIP members may purchase the set starting on February 14th. S@H and Lego Brand Stores!
  25. Hickernator

    [MOC] Georgian Mansion

    Hey everyone! Here is a MOC of a Georgian style mansion which took me around 2 years to build. Not sure how many pieces it is but it is well above 2,000 at least. Georgian House by Adam Hickey, on Flickr There are 3 floors to the house. The Ground Floor, which houses the kitchen, dining room, living room and grand staircase. The Upper Floor which harbours the master bedroom, connecting bathroom, upper grand staircase landing, a balcony, corridor and a study. The third floor is an attic space, which contains lots of junk, the butler's bedroom, and a resident g-g-g-ghost... called Fred. Each floor is connected with a staircase and each room has its own colour theme. Some pics for you! Georgian House Staircase by Adam Hickey, on Flickr This is the grand staircase, which has some abstract paintings decorating the walls. Georgian House Dounstairs by Adam Hickey, on Flickr Ground Floor layout Study by Adam Hickey, on Flickr Study on the second floor Living Room by Adam Hickey, on Flickr Living Room Living Room by Adam Hickey, on Flickr Living Room - featuring a piano and shelves G-G-G-Ghost by Adam Hickey, on Flickr G-G-G-Ghost!!! Georgian House by Adam Hickey, on Flickr Overview of the house Let me know what you think! More pics on the way :)