In the big city that I'm building, there will be a single row of houses (i.e. no backyards) between the market square and a street – and a good end for such a row would be a "rounded" house. Well, here it is...
Many details were inspired by a house that used to stand on the west side of the Stachus in Munich (see Wikipedia).
Lets have a look from a few different perspectives:
Need some shoe cleaning, sir?
The tram will arrive soon!
These are the interiors: A pharmacy on the ground floor:
Second and third floor are used by Dr Stein and Dr Bein's office and little clinic (well, 2 beds for short in-patient treatments). Second floor contains the reception desk, toilet, waiting room and consulting room:
Here you see how the walls are built – not the most rigid ones ever built...
Third floor has an examination room (with some devices including an X-ray), a lab and the two beds:
On the fourth floor under the dome, Uncle Frank (left) is visited by a friend:
Perfect! I really like your buildings very much. I'm impressed how you build such a beautiful facade without having a lot of SNOT helping bricks inside. I have tried several facades and often I end up with 3 wide walls.