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Behind the scenes roof details of my Villa La Roche by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret. The roof details do not make sense at all when you look from above but looking from the "ground" they mimic the real thing and add a lot to the model. I often build like this for the model to be photographed from a special angle. Guess I'm an Instagram builder or just too lazy to build it all #lego #lecorbusier #architecture #legoarchitecture by askansbricks

Behind the scenes roof details of my Villa La Roche by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret. The roof details do not make sense at all when you look from above but looking from the "ground" they mimic the real thing and add a lot to the model. I often build like this for the model to be photographed from a special angle. Guess I'm an Instagram builder or just too lazy to build it all #lego #lecorbusier #architecture #legoarchitecture by askansbricks

LEGO Modern House - Redux - in the Style of Mid-Century Modern Architecture by Bricksare4me - as seen at BrickCan 2016 in Vancouver BC - awarded "Best Edifice" - roof top patio and potted tangerine trees

LEGO Modern House - Redux - in the Style of Mid-Century Modern Architecture by - as seen at BrickCan 2016 in Vancouver BC - awarded "Best Edifice" - roof top patio and potted tangerine trees -

https://flic.kr/p/5rc2Lg | Electric Switch Locomotive | The electric switcher was made live through an HO-scale pantograph by Marklin who provided the overhead catenary wires held inplace with thin slices of rubber hose. The motor mechanism was modified with a switch to allow the locomotive to operate by either the overhead or track current. The full article describing this layout is found in RailBricks Issue #4 at <a href="http://www.railbricks.com" rel="nofollow">www.railbricks.com</a> .

https://flic.kr/p/5rc2Lg | Electric Switch Locomotive | The electric switcher was made live through an HO-scale pantograph by Marklin who provided the overhead catenary wires held inplace with thin slices of rubber hose. The motor mechanism was modified with a switch to allow the locomotive to operate by either the overhead or track current. The full article describing this layout is found in RailBricks Issue #4 at <a href="http://www.railbricks.com" rel="nofollow">www.railbricks.com</a> .