The Belle Epoche, A Lego Modular Style Building

The Belle Epoche, A Lego Modular Style Building

The Belle Epoche is a modular style Lego building created by Utanapishtim. This five story building is inspired by Brussels architecture. The building is mainly white, tan, and gray with some red and brown accents. The limited color choices helps to make this building look like it is from a real life example. The use of repeating patterns is one of the key features of modular buildings. The alternating white and tan strips look especially good. One of the stand out details is that most of the windows feature archs that are brick built. A very fragile technique that has all the pieces connected with half set studs. It is also good to see two different style of balconies. The droid arm style which can be found in some of the official buildings, and the more detailed column design that can be seen on the sides. The brick built lamp posts are an excellent design, a more classic and detailed design. The Minifigure sextant pieces are put to good use. The only question left is how to detail the interior…

The Belle Epoche, A Lego Modular Style Building Roof Detail

You can see a lot more photos and find more information about the Belle Epoche over here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/thomassio/49886588498/

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