Bike shop
A motorcycle shop selling three wheeled bikes.
Burning house
A small house has caught fire.
Boat house
A traditional Faroese boat house.

Restaurant

Design: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

Katrine built a restaurant, so she could profit from all the bridge building. The servings (bottom left and clockwise) are:

  1. Haddoc(sp?) and spinach.
  2. Beef
  3. Salad
  4. Beef

House

Design: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

This is one of Katrines houses.

Hotel

Design: Caroline and Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

Caroline and Katrine built this little hotel.

House

Design: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

This is another of the houses Katrine built in the summer of 1995.

Katrine's

Design: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

A dance restaurant Katrine built this summer (1995). It's the photographers fault that the pictures aren't all that clear.

Something happened to my photo of the mayor kissing a police man before her husband arrived. :-(

The new Katrine's

Design: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

Kiosk

Design and photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

This kiosk design was made for the town Bregnerod.

Art gallery

Design: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

This art gallery was made for the town Bregnerod.

The gallery looks forward to present this exhibition of rare head dresses.

Converted warehouse

Original building: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).
Conversion: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

This is a warehouse Katrine converted to an apartment. You can see the original building on the under construction page (currently only on the Danish version of the page).

Post office

Design: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

This post office was made for the town Bregnerod.

Small police station

Design and photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

The construction of this police station was restricted both by the very small number of grey bricks in my collection and by the small space available for the building. In spite of this I managed to include both a counter an space for a work desk.

This building was made for the town Bregnerod.

House

This is one of Carolines houses. (The picture is very blurred.)

Red no. 3

Design: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

This house was made for the town Bregnerod.

Outside (33 kb JPEG)
The chimney with the antennae and the "3" sign has hole all the way down. It looks like somebody is in the middle of changing a tire on the black bike. Just to the left of the flagpole there is a multi-coloured garden chair.
Bed room (25 kb JPEG)
The bed room is kept in red and green. The strange, allmost organic construction in the left corner of the room is a bookshelf.
Bath room (24 kb JPEG)
The bath room is, just as the bed room, kept in red and green. There is actually a drain in the shower (Katrine was tired of having water everywhere, when her minifigs used the shower).
Living/dining room (24 kb JPEG)
The living room is kept in red and yellow, and besides that it is pretty ordinary. The dining table continues the stove, so it is not far you have to move the food when dinner is ready.
Dining room/kitchen (26 kb JPEG)
Here you get a slightly different look at the dining table. The two doors on the wall to the right leads to the bath room (the near side of the book shelf) and to the bed room (the far side of the book shelf). The entrance is hidden behind the chimney.

Blue no. 4

Design: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

This house was made for the town Bregnerod.

Outside (21 kb JPEG)
On the far side of the house where a path leads back to the garden and the entrance the number is placed.
Inside (33 kb JPEG)
When you look inside the house, you see how Katrine has managed to fit all within 394 square feet. In the far end of the house there is a bath room. In the lower right corner you can just see one of the benches next to the dining table. The kitchen is in the middle of the house with a chain of lamps in the ceiling near the wall. There is a bed at the left wall.
Inside (39 kb JPEG)
On this picture you get a better view at the bath room (and at the beef on the stove.
From the road (36 kb JPEG)
This picture shows the house from the road side. The blue grilles on the ground next to the house are bike stands.

White no. 1

Original building: Katrine Sparre Andersen.
Conversion and photo: Jacob Sparre Andersen (e-mail, WWW).

This is an old farm building Katrine asked me to converted to a usable modern house. You can see how the building looked early during the rebuilding on the under construction page.

Entrance (21 kb JPEG)
The master of the house asks us inside. The number is recessed in the wall. The lamp is made from a transparent yellow round 1*1 plate, a 2*2 parabola, and one of the new 1*1 plates with a vertical grip.
One of the children's room (23 kb JPEG)
What do children do? They play with their LEGO! Have a close look at the impressive red space ship in the boy's lap (it is a feather from a knight's helmet :-).
Bed room + a corner of the office (26 kb JPEG)
The big bed in the bed room is of a rather special design (too silly?). The doors open out to a balcony above the living room. The master of the house works as an architect (she was in charge of the conversion of my warehouse) so the main feature of her office is the large blue tilted drawing table.
Relaxing (25 kb JPEG)
Depending on your mood, you can relax with a game of table tennis or a nap on the sofa.
Kitchen (19 kb JPEG)
There is a dining table at the far end of the kitchen. You can look in to the living room when you are standing at the stove, and out on the street, when you are washing up after dinner. The oven is in the high cupboard in the nearest corner of the kitchen, so there is space for boxes with beer below the stove.

Towns

More buildings

Medieval church (other site)
Eric Kingsley has built this nice little village church. It isn't quite as large as Ed Boxer's Crown Cathedral, but it contains everything necessary for a church that doesn't get visited by the pope now and then.
Silas has built a nice house with pool and a large garden for some of his minifigs.
Ed Boxer's Crown Cathedral (other site)
Old house (other site)
Eric Kingsley is building lots of houses for his middle age town, but I think they basically can be used in present time towns too.
The Duke of Hastings (other site)
The Duke of Hastings, also known as The Honeymoon Hotel is a small hotel in Allanton.
It looks like the remains of the gate tower from an old castle has been used as the basis for this somewhat newer building.
Allanton Aquarium (other site)
Visitors to Allanton should definitely take time to visit their aquarium.

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Written by:
Jacob Sparre Andersen <jacob@sparre-andersen.dk>
Latest update:
29th of August 2011