Decorative Windows

Windows come in various shapes and forms. I’ve came up with a bunch of different patterns that could be used as windows. And I’ll just lump them all in this post. This first one looks a bit like a diamond shaped window. It’s done with some help from technic angle parts. This cathedral window like […]

Arch Windows

Arch windows are common on buildings. But lego hasn’t come out with many ways to fit inside the arch. Lucky we can fit any 2×2-stud-size tile under this arch. Here are two methods to do it. The first way uses jumpers to adjust the distance until the tile is right under the arch. One drawback […]

Single-panel Rectangular Windows (2) – Recessed

Last time we talked about the single-panel rectangular windows. Today we’ll add one more description to it, which is “recessed”. Windows are often times recessed. They break up the flat boring wall better when recessed. Here are some a few examples. The simplest way is to do it with jumper plates. Other techniques require a […]

Single-panel Rectangular Windows (1)

Architecture is one of the most common MOC subjects, if not the most common. It’s a big topic. I’ll start with the windows. They are one of the most prominent┬á features of a building. Let’s start with the most basic single-panel rectangular windows. Most windows have a frame that’s different from the wall. Lego currently […]