Back in the 80s Ragge Runarson was running a small computer software company. This is how his business building looked like.
It is a highly detailed Modular Building that has a special design which I think could attract both younger and adult builders.
The model is composed by two facilities. The brown facility is where Ragge’s office was, and on the back there is a door that leads up to the roof of the office, where Ragge sometimes sat and drank his tea. The white cottage is the office where his employees worked.
Businesses had been bad for Ragge Runarson in the increasingly desolate little town. Because of the current recession, sales had fallen drastically and all of his employees had to quit. It was with mixed feelings that he was standing at the window of the office building and looking out over his lifework.
He remembered how he so happily rode to work every morning on his red bicycle. And he remembered the now broken cement mixer which he would use to finish cementing the walkway to the white cottage.
But hopefully there would someday soon come someone who would be interested in buying the building, and then Ragge could start all over again!
MOC by jalex
This is the new Lego House under construction in Billund, Denmark.
“Fascinated by the architecture of the building, I built my first LEGO Architecture set and a colorful version of this. I know it gives the LEGO set 4000010, but I think it must give a colorful set of this building, because LEGO is so colorful. My set shows the colorful life of LEGO. I hope I can enjoy the building soon in real life.” – AWI2345 Continue reading
This double modular size model comes with two wonderful meditarranean buildings. Both houses are dedicated to various cultural activities. The set adds a southern flair to every LEGO building collection. As a longtime fan of Venice I could not resist to add a picturesque bridge, a typical water canal and, of course, a gondola. And it could be the first modular set on shelves with direct access to the sea!
Along with a few extra minifigures, makeshift houses, and slightly altered Knights’ Kingdom II and Kingdoms sets, the horse-driven catapult rumbles into battle as the Lion Knights give weapons to the villagers and chase the frightened Dragon Knights out of town.
“This giant catapult was created for a Lego contest several years ago in which I was required to build (can you guess?) something to defend a village. You also might notice a clever use of slope bricks to simulate the female minifigure running in a dress.” – Brickster_Tim
MOC by Brickster_Tim