Sometimes you need to break with tradition and add something unique and daring to your LEGO city.
Something modern and contemporary to remind you that timelessness doesn’t need to come from tradition.
About the build
This contemporary modular is built on a 32 x 32 baseplate and features two cantilevered sections, a full and detailed interior + exterior, two removable floor sections and four removable roof sections. Make sure to check the first image after the thumbnail for an overview!
As is to be expected from a LEGO modular, every room is accessible to pose minifigs (despite the unusual shape of the rooms). The top two floors come off as one section and access to the lower of those floors is achieved by removing the sloping roof section.
In a break with tradition this entire building is created to be a single family home rather than a collection of smaller apartments and thus includes said family in minifig form. And since this is meant to be a luxury home I've included a luxury sports car to match!
The sports car is my own design and made to scale well with other City cars. It seats one minifigure and the doors can be opened. The roof piece can be easily removed to turn the car into a convertible.
Size (imperial): 10,2 x 10,2 x 11,8 inches
Size (metric): 25,8 x 25,8 x 29,9 cm
Part count: 2995
I've submitted this project on Ideas back in 2020 and it did not, unfortunately, meet the treshold for review. However, by request of several people that reached out to me over the years I humbly re-submit my Idea.
Thank you for taking the time to check out my idea! I hope I can count on your support!