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  1. After the Old Pharmacy and the Florentine Steakhouse, the Venetian Watchmaker's and Glass Shop is my third model taking inspiration from Italian traditional architecture. By incorporating late-Gothic (bright red building) and Renaissance style (white building), I wanted to portray the most distinctive shapes one can find in Venice: from the elaborated balustrades to the inverted cone-like chimney, as well as the falling plaster and the usage of coloured marble columns. The building includes a Glass Shop in the white building, a Watchmaker's (ground floor) and a cozy apartment (upper floors) in the red building. Hope you like it!
  2. Hey guys! Hope you like this modular/landmark mash-up of Venice's Piazza San Marco! It sits on two 32x32 plates, so it's double a modular building and 16 studs larger than Assembly Square. The most prominent feature definetly is the Campanile. The Campanile stands somewhere around 80cm/20 inches -about the same size as the Disny Castle!-. Next to it sits the Palazzo Ducale, the palace of the dukes, but here it houses a library. This model is so huge I had to cut down on interior space and back walls. The back walls are now just some panels to save pieces. Even though, it still has some 4700. I did overuse a bit the flower stud in white... Aside from that, note that I made specific capitals for each column and I used the ingot in sand green, which looks awesome! The rooftop details are ALWAYS the most fun to build, so here's what I did for this building: window pieces with one of the new pyramid tiles on top! Easy but very effective. Also see the Christmas tree as tile decoration on the street! Hope you like this project as much as I do, and check out my Flickr account for extra pictures! https://www.flickr.com/photos/138575523@N07/ Profile https://www.flickr.com/photos/138575523@N07/35673433765/in/dateposted-public/ Extra Picture
  3. LittleJohn

    [MOC] Venture Into Venice

    My first entry for the ABS season 1 Finale. This build initially started with the terracotta roof, and then while I was playing around with them some more I thought they made a nice bridge. The scene was inspired by Legopard and Brickvader’s excellent Venice creation. More pictures on Brickbuilt Thanks for looking, C&C welcome
  4. A very very simple MOD: the Bridge of Sigh must be between buildings!.
  5. legoaddict

    Ponte di Rialto

    From the album: Rialto Bridge

    Probably the most visited and most photographed bridge in Venice, (Ponte di Rialto) opened in 1591.Connecting the districts of San Polo and San Marco across the Grand Canal in the heart of the city, the Rialto Bridge has always been a busy crossing over the canal.The bridge is formed by two inclined ramps covered by a portico with shops on either side. This area has long been a market place for Venetians and Tourists.

    © Anu Pehrson

  6. legoaddict

    Rialto Bridge

    From the album: Rialto Bridge

    Buildings,shops,cafes around the bridge.

    © Anu pehrson

  7. legoaddict

    Ponte di Rialto

    From the album: Rialto Bridge

    Overhead shot with shops in between the two ramps.

    © Anu Pehrson

  8. legoaddict

    The Rialto Bridge.

    From the album: Rialto Bridge

    Probably the most visited and most photographed bridge in Venice, (Ponte di Rialto) opened in 1591.Connecting the districts of San Polo and San Marco across the Grand Canal in the heart of the city, the Rialto Bridge has always been a busy crossing over the canal.The bridge is formed by two inclined ramps covered by a portico with shops on either side. This area has long been a market place for Venetians and Tourists.

    © Anu Pehrson