Toys R Us

And here we go again! Brian Lyles churns out another amazing outlet store, this time a Toys R Us. It has a fully detailed interior, a delivery truck, and one awesome giraffe. The facade on the building uses an interesting technique of a wall of windows that ends short of the cornice. The design is well thought out, and looks like it should be right there on the corner of a big city. Great job on this one, Mr. Lyles!

Oh, and be sure to check out his new site, Brick City Depot!

Courtesy Toys R Us by Brian Lyles.


Classic Corner Kwik Stop

I really enjoy the look of this model from MOCpages user, Alex Mac. The stonework really gives it that classic convenience store look and the dark red roof just works very well for the creation. All it needs is a huge flashy sign out front!

Corner Office Building


Frontal, originally uploaded by valgarise.

I love the simple, art deco feel to this, intentional or not. The colors match terrifically, and I’m really liking that cornice detailing up top. Hopefully this will spur builders into some skyscraper construction!

Spanish Corner

01, originally uploaded by andybear@hk.

A very nice, simple building with great colors and designs. The tree built with a bunch of flowers is a great idea and the dark tan just works perfectly with this build! I look forward to more!

1893 Block

1893 Block, originally uploaded by Mdrn~Mrvls.

My 1893 Block featuring a bank, door factory, and theater hall.

This building has been done for the better part of two weeks. Last weekend, I attempted taking pictures, but the lighting was terrible. So, this morning I adjusted the exposure level on my camera, which appeared to work quite well.

I hope you all enjoy it, and to view more photos head on over to Flickr!