This house was my project over spring break in April 2012.
About this creation
This is one of the most detailed houses I have made so far. Usually I build a really big house for multiple minifigures, but this time I decided to make a small house for just one minifigure. I added a lot of detail in the small kitchen which I was proud of. I also invented my own fence design since I don't have enough fence pieces to go around the perimeter of the backyard. I made sure that this house had removeable floors also. This is definitly one of my favorite LEGO creations I have made so far.
This is one side of the house
This is the back of the house, you can see the big windows in the bedroom, the garden, basketball hoop, and the dog house.
This is another side of the house
Aerial view of the backyard
The second floor with a bedroom, computer, bathroom, and a basket for the dogs
The first floor with the kitchen, TV and couch, and garage
The garage door (closed)
The garage door (opened), I added a gear on the side to open and close the garage door
The kitchen with my new refrigerator design
The TV and couch with the TV controller
The kitchen table
The tools in the garage
The bedroom with a bed, nightstand with a clock, and a basket with books and tapes
The basketball hoop
I love the confidence you have to build at scale with clearly limited bricks. Embrace the rainbow building technique. You should look at the architecture of Hundertwasser, you might find some inspiration there for your building style I think, I for one would love to see you take on one of his apartment blocks: http://www.hundertwasser.at/english/oeuvre/arch/arch_projekte.php
Quoting Space Gypsy .
Great work. But like Alex said, try using fewer colours. But you do have potential.
Thanks! You're right, it would look better if I had paid attention to color. I don't have enough LEGO pieces to do that though, I only have around 18000. I just have to figure out a way to make my parents let me buy more LEGO sets.