LEGO shared details of the next modular building this week – the Downtown Diner, scheduled for release on 1 January 2018.
If you’re curious what LEGO says about it’s latest modular building, scroll to the bottom.
My view? I must admit that my first reaction was one of disappointment. It is a nice building, but I couldn’t picture it fitting in with a traditional modular street. The street view released by LEGO re-inforces this in my opinion.
Barrie Crossan’s City Health Club is an inner city paradise for gym junkies! The City health Club is beautifully detailed inside and out, and boasts everything a fully equipped gym should have, including a sauna and spa.
The building overall has a striking facade, with a great colour scheme. However, it is the ground floor that steals the show for me, especially the stonework around the entrances and the wrought iron fencing hiding behind the flowers.
The interior is fully furnished, with treadmills and weights on the gym floor, change rooms and shower facilities, sauna, steam room and spa, just to name a few. Here’s my favourite room in the City Health Club, the sauna:
Head over to flickr to see loads more images of this gorgeous building.
Cesbrick (César Soares) dedicates this MOC to all those who live in an apartment. While it has been a while for me since I have lived in an apartment, I don’t remember them ever being quite so spacious, or packed with so many inspirational details!
Which one is your favourite? For me, it is a toss up between the laundry and the living room. The living room wins out in the end – I love the glass table, the vertical blinds, the top hat pot and the fez hat for the base of the floor lamp.
Head over to Cesbrick’s Flickr album to check out all the modules!
Palixa and the Bricks has beautifully reproduced the main details of the façade of the Main Post Office in her hometown. With a post office, bank and gym across the four floors of the building, the Main Post Office has something for everyone!
Despite the gorgeous exterior, the real beauty (to me at least) lies in the interior of this building. The collage of the three main floors gives a hint of why this is so.