Old world charm

Using LEGO pieces from dating from the 70s to today, the Old Pharmacy by ThomaS (tsi) literally span decades worth of charm! The front of this building is gorgeous and makes great use of the old 3761 windows.  I also love the rounded shape of the roof.

The back of the building is just as interesting as the front, with lots of details in the facade as well as atmosphere created by the minifigures going about their day-to-day tasks.

The old water pump reminds me of my grandparents for some reason, although I don’t specifically remember them having one of those.

Check out tsi’s BrickThat folder for more images of the Old Pharmacy, including the stunning interior.

Medical Trio

With a doctor, dentist and pharmacy, the reconstructed Pharmacy by Palixa and The Bricks has all your medical needs covered.   The thing about this building that caught my eye was the contrasting colours and the clean lines of the facade, especially the seamless arches over the windows and in the roof feature.

There is a cosy little place at the rear of the building for the relaxing and a little garden … herbs for the pharmacist perhaps?

The building is fully furnished and, as you can see from the above image, is quite light and airy.  My favourite floor is the dentist, which has the funkiest carpet!

See more images of the reconstructed and original pharmacy by Palixa and the Bricks here.  Make sure you check out the cutest Shaun the Sheep while you’re there!

Double Trouble

Jason Skaare is building them faster than I can blog them, but this is actually good news because it means that you get a two-for-one!

First up is the Modular Pharmacy with it’s grand colour scheme.  I love the richness of the Dark Tan trims against the Dark Green bricks.

This is only a narrow building, but Jason has managed to squeeze in a fully furnished apartment in addition to the fully stocked pharmacy on the ground floor!

The second building is the Bike Shop, which caught my eye with its striking plate work on the facade and overall colour combination.

This building is also fully furnished, with the bike shop taking up all three floors.  The top floor is “Da Bike Club”, which has the best foosball table in town!

Head over to Jason’s Flickr stream for lots more images of the Modular Pharmacy and Bike Shop.   These are Jason’s 16th and 17th modular buildings, so make sure you check out his other works while you’re there.