A few weeks ago, the London AFOLs held their virtual meetup for the month on the subject of Bionicle – a discontinued LEGO theme, which was around in two waves between 2000-2010 and again from 2015-2017. This is what I was inspired to build.
Aurelius Heights is a high security depository for the ill-gotten gains of the Trumped Up Corporation. Talk about flanuting your wealth!
Spectrum Rise is a cheap but cheerful hotel for visitors to Micropolis who can’t afford to stay in some of the more upmarket holiday flats or hotel rooms.
My latest Micropolis model is called Sky Blue Place, and is the office of a firm of consultants who have a reputation for blue sky thinking. They are obviously doing well as this five storey block is located downtown among some prime real estate.
This is a new office building for downtown Micropolis, called Juno Court.
The building was inspired by the arrival of a large number of 1×2 trans black bricks from a Bricklink order, along with plenty of 1×1 bricks with a stud on the side in sand green and some large tan plates from my own collection.
The waterfront area of Micropolis Bay has grown significantly over time, but I still feel that Holy Island is a bit close to the coastline. I wanted to move it 16 studs further away in both directions, so I needed build some more water modules to make the shift. For today’s video, I will show you a half block piece which fits between Butler’s Dock and Holy Island (to shift the island to the right) and a quarter block to fill the end of the run next to Surfers’ Point.