Posts in category: Lego Architecture

0233 Arch Trellis

0233 Arch Trellis

A micro-build of an arch building with smaller internal cylinders. The cylinders could be elevator tubes and...
00223 Arch Jonathan

00223 Arch Jonathan

Another arch building with an internal asymmetric secondary form that protrudes outside the arch on one...
00214 Monument

00214 Monument

Playing with angled elements. This could be a memorial torch with an everlasting flame, or a tower you can climb up via internal...
00211 Monument

00211 Monument

Playing with the contrast of a visually heavy, bunker-like base-half, and a visually lighter...
00196 Chine

00196 Chine

An apartment tower – the result of playing with mirror-imaged angular plates. I ran out of...
00189 Block

00189 Block

An office, apartment, or mixed-use tower block. The wedge-shaped lower block creates two angular plazas on both main faces of the building. The semicircular elements was initially conceived as balconies. But looking at the scale, they are probably more reasonably cast...
00175 Counterpoint

00175 Counterpoint

Two variants of the same design – one with a wing that is longer than the other. This could be a hotel. With two entry...
00153 Sail

00153 Sail

Evolving the previous version to give more prominence to the curved face, and de-emphasise the block mass while using it to anchor the...
00142 Zaftig

00142 Zaftig

Continuing the experiment with non-traditional building techniques. Adding a curved face to block...
00134 Prism

00134 Prism

Playing with angular and block, white and transparent elements. Experimenting with non-traditional (ie beyond just bottom-up) building...
00129 Catherine

00129 Catherine

Playing with the idea of a large mass with a pronounced over-hang/cantilever. Scale-wise, the round Catherine windows would be one storey (3m or 10 feet) to two stories in...
00097 Thalatha

00097 Thalatha

This is the first model of a series exploring architectural forms using Lego. It┬ápresents two slightly different faces to the world. This is part of a decision to engage in more “work” that is innately satisfying, different from what I have been doing, and...