2014 Lego Modular! Parisian House

Here it is! The new Lego Modular Building for 2014 has arrived! Photos and videos are now on the net.

It is composed of 2 floors and 2400 Lego pieces. That ilustrates the quantity of details the set has. Many Lego Pieces for such a small place.

The Lego Modular building for 2014, the Parisian House, includes a detailed interior as well:

 

It looks great!

This last one is my favourite:

The extendable bed has really impressed me… It is a fantastic detail. :).

Designer Jimmy has also posted a video on youtube showing the details. Here it is ;).

I hope you liked it!

More info about it:

“10243 Parisian Restaurant
Ages 16+.  2,469 pieces.
Have an unforgettable evening at the amazing Parisian Restaurant!

US $159.99 – CA $189.99 – DE 149.99 € – UK 132.99 £ – DK  1299.00 DKK

It’s very busy in the Parisian Restaurant. As a scooter zips by, inside the waiter rushes between the tables as the nervous young man gets ready to propose with the ring! It’s just as hectic behind the scenes, with the chef busily preparing the food. This beautifully detailed building is the setting for so many stories and is a great addition to the modular building series. The Parisian Restaurant has a fully-stocked, blue and white tiled kitchen with tableware as well as a cozy apartment with pull-down bed, kitchenette and fireplace. On the top floor is the artist’s room with a studio that includes a cast iron heater, easel, paintbrush and two works of art by the aspiring artist. Outside, stairs lead down to the roof terrace lined with hanging lanterns and flowers where the diners eat alfresco-style. This amazing Parisian Restaurant model even includes a facade with croissants, clams and feather details that recapture the feel of Paris. Includes 5 minifigures: chef, waiter, girl and a romantic couple.

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  • Includes 5 minifigures: chef, waiter, girl and a romantic couple
  • Also includes a rat, seagull and 2 clams
  • Kitchen features blue and white tiled floor, lots of kitchen units and a variety of utensils
  • Second-floor apartment features a pull-down bed, kitchenette and fireplace
  • Top floor features an opening roof revealing an artist’s studio with heater, easel, paintbrush, palette and artwork
  • Includes lots of food items for the customers including croissants, a pie, 2 cupcakes, 2 grapes, 2 hotdogs, turkey, cheese wedges, milk carton and colored bottles
  • Also includes hard-to-find white croissants and bricks in olive green, dark blue and dark red
  • Intricate exterior details include facade with croissant detailing, bus stop, sidewalk, scooter and even a dumpster and trash can at the back
  • Put up the printed restaurant sign and menu to entice the customers in
  • Collect and build an entire town with the LEGO® Modular Buildings collection: 10224 Town Hall and 10232 Palace Cinema!
  • Measures over 11” (30cm) high, 9” (25cm) long and 9” (25cm) wide

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Available for sale directly through LEGO® beginning January 2014 via shop.LEGO.com, LEGO® Stores or via phone.”

Many, many, many more photos can be found at Eurobricks.

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Lego Modular Church

The HispaLUG user co-lega made for christmas a fantastic Lego church. It took part on his Christmas village, and she presented it today. (It isn´t always too late! :D)

Despite its beautiful and compact appearance, it has a complete modular design.

Yes, the roof can be taken out, and the interior of the Lego modular building can be seen.

It looks like the bishop s giving mass… 🙂

The entrasnce of it is amazing. With 1×1 round tiles. This transparent and coloured pieces give to the windows a wonderful style.

But what I like the most are those Lego Technic pieces in the roof of the church… Thay are resembling a catholic cross. Technic pieces fit perfectly in that role.

I hope you liked it as much as me. You can see the complete article in HispaLUG

 

Lego Rossato’s Ristorante

Dav, member of HispaLUG, has made a great MOC. This friend of pretoriano, who made the Motor modular building, has built a precious building.

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The Lego Rossato’s Ristorsnte, owned by a mafia member, is one of the most famous ristorantes in little Italy.

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Full of details, this moc continues the line of mafia modular buildings that dav has been making.

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Both door and flags are incredible!

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Lego Public Library and Garden

Wow! Nxtorm, member of HispaLUG and admin of The Blog Of Droi / El Blog de Droi (Spanish Blog) has came with a new type of modular building I have never seen ever before!

Well, ok. In this first photo you don´t see such a new modular design. only a great, beautiful, colorful moc. But wait…

Details of the Garden.

The favourite photo of the author, nxtorm.

And then the modular design appears. Only removing a 1×6 black tile…

And we can see all the interior of the building! Instead of being a up to down modular design as we always see it is a front modular design! Incredible. Well done nxtorm.

And finally the other part of the building, the removed one:

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Also I encourage you to visit The Blog of Droi, El Blog de Droi, if you are Spanish speaker. Click Here.

Finally, you can see all the pics on the Picasa album. Click Here

Lego Urban Moto

Wow! Two garage modular buildings in almost one week. Incredible.

This one was made recently by gotoAndLego, member of Eurobricks. It is as detailed as the other one, but the Urban Moto has one more floor.

The motorcicle of the girl is aswesome! Its design is incredibly smart.

The Lego Urban Moto has also details in the interior.

You can view all the details on the topic on eurobricks: here.

You can vote it as well on cuusoo: Vote it on Cuusoo!

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Nortebrick 2013March 23rd, 2012
The big day is here.