This latest project joins: Imperial Island Fort, Movie Set, Lifeguard’s Shack, A-FRAME CABIN, Space Balls, The Costume Store, BTS "DYNAMITE", BOSTON DYNAMICS SPOT 1:4 SCALE MOTORIZED MODEL, Medieval Tavern, The Tavern Under the Snow, Women of Computing, Working Mini Golf Course, Brick Walk, Floating Island, Aircraft Engine Workshop, SCOOBY DOO MYSTERY MACHINE, Rosenbauer Panther 8x8, and Gamestop Classic Shop as the latest projects to reach the Second Stage 2021 Review Phase.
From the project creator:
Guten Tag! Welcome to this German cottage, at the edge of the world-famous black forest, where dense pine trees seem to extend to the end of the earth. A family of 4, two parents, and two children inhabit the cottage. Set in the 1900s, the children spend their free time riding bikes and playing in the forest. The youngest son swears he saw a yeti one time, as he was playing hide-and-seek in the forest, and the older sister rolls her eyes every time he mentions it.
I decided to build this model because I live in the United States, but I am 50% German. We visit relatives in a small village in Southern Germany often, and all the houses look a lot like this LEGO model. In the United States, we don't have houses that look like this, I decided to build one out of LEGO bricks instead.
- 4 Story Cottage
Floor 1: Family/living room with couch, rocking chair, and bookshelf, etc.
Floor 2: Kitchen with wood-burning stove, and table, etc.
Floor 3: Parents bedroom with a king-sized bed, 2 chairs, and wood-burning fireplace, etc.
Floor 4: (Attic) Children's bedroom with 2 beds, 2 nightstands, and a bunch of toys, etc.
- Realistic-looking 20th-century classic European car.
- Snow-covered pine tree
- Shrubs and flowers scatted through the grounds.
This build took many, many hours to design, so I sincerely hope you like it. It uses 2,912 pieces. Please support! 😁
(PS: I designed this building to look nicely displayed with the LEGO Ideas Medieval Blacksmith Shop).
Thank you - sNICKers77
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