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  1. Villa Del Balbianello is a lakeside villa in Italy built in 1785 expanding on an existing structure from the 13th century. With later additions added throughout the years such as relics added from an explorer. It was also featured in films such as Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) and James Bond: Casino Royale (2006). Also a set on LEGO Ideas: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/85ec2902-0e20-40a8-9b18-4a79c9f560af
  2. Wedge09

    [MOC] Villa Damian

    Hello everyone! I'd like to show you my lastest build: Villa Damian. I always have been interested in architecture but I never tried nothing like this before; it was a challenge and it took me some time but I quite enjoyed the result. In creating this, I was heavily inspired by Villa Midgard, a real villa build in Stockholm. Enjoy! And in such a villa, why not host a party? I couln't resist to gather up Elves dragons and ladies for a party in this beautiful house All photos can be found on my Flickr Gallery
  3. Hi all, Back with my second MOC after some weeks of buying bricks, thinking, scetching, scratching my head, building and buying more bricks. Scorpion house is a modern hillside villa overlooking a lake. Partly built into a rocky terrain it features four levels. The house is designed with basically six boxes of different sizes in just black and white. I do like such designs a lot, so the second proper MOC had to be such a design as well. Initially I wanted to build something rather extreme in terms of technique, based on the design ideas in this house from swiss architect Andre Treina. http://www.schoener-...g-haus-am-hang. I saved that for later with all those angles and massive height. The idea which I finally kept, still stretching my design and lego capabilities, is a house built for a car lover (personally I'm not ;-)) on a hillside terrain and several boxes with concrete and glass. The glass front faces the lake and provides spectacular views, especially from second and third level. The back of the house includes much less windows as it faces a steeper hill. Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr Scorpion house - sketches & layout by Polar Stein, on Flickr The main entrance and big garage is at ground/street level. The owners had ordered the garage door in Ferrari red as they own an Italia GT2 model, which is driven mostly by the wife. The main entrance connects to the house with a six stud wide corridor or tunnel to the main building. The beloved car can be seen through large glas windows walking through the corridor (and also top windows next to the swimming pool). The garage provides a small service access for the pumps and pipes of the pool. At the end of the entrance corridor stairs lead up to the first level. Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr Pictures from above where done by the lady with the quadcopter. Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr At first level we face a small bathroom when leaving the stairs. Turning right either leads up to the second level or two steps down to the kitchen and eating area. Glas doors open to the swimming pool and (way too small!) front garden on top of the garage. Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr On the second level there is a large bathroom with a steam shower and access to the small sauna. The roof is with glas elements just over the bathroom area to provide natural light. Yes, the sauna provides stunning views through a large glas window over the lake. The owners are aware that they could be seen from the street. Those who prefer a different layout may turn the whole left box into staircases or assume the owners use their swimwear (what a sin). The second level also contains the living room, again with stunning views over the lake, the master bedroom and a room for the child. The master bedroom has a glass roof as well to watch the stairs while lying in bed. Access to the third top level is via spiral stairs. Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr The third floor just contains a studio with a working area for the architect owner. As a hommage to his favorite football/soccer club, the color scheme of the studio is again black and yellow. Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr In case you wonder about the name of the house, look again at the garage door handle. It's the wife's star sign. Scorpion house - modern hillside villa by Polar Stein, on Flickr More pictures on Flickr including some interiors (I'm not great with interiors). I'm reasonably pleased with the overall design and shape of the house itself, architecual effects with technic bricks are more reduced this time. I need to think of a way to improve the actual terrain and don't like that it looks a bit packed. I'm also not too happy with the rocks which I wanted to do a bit larger and with a stronger influence on the shape of the terrain, also extending behind the house on the left side, almost reaching into the pool etc. Maybe next time. I also find it difficult to do proper pictures. Comments and critique very welcome!
  4. Hereticae

    A small vintage villa

    So trying my hand for the first time in house building resulted in this little vintage villa somewhere down south. From a minifigs perspective when entering through the gate: Alternating between side-studded bricks and headlight bricks brought some extra texture to the corners: The terrace (unfortunately I ran out of those black fences and didn't bother with a BL order for them): This is a front-face MOC, but here are the other sides as well:
  5. Sigolf Brimabane

    [LDD MOC] Roman Villa

    This is a humble Roman Villa that I worked on in LDD for a while... I never finished it but I am quite satisfied with it, so I'd like to share it with you. I would love to build it in real bricks, but I don't think that will be possible anytime soon. When I stopped building the piece count was over 10,000. And if I ever built it in bricks I'd want to make an interior and have figures. Without further ado, here it is: Pattern on the ground in the garden: Closeup on the wall (inspired by Age of Empires: The Rise of Rome):