This is another model of a real building in my home town Tromsø. The real building is a private residence building. The frame is built first as a normal wooden house, and then the outside is covered with some special plates, and outside there again it is covered by a thin layer of concrete and make it look like it is a concrete house. It was drawn and built by the mason master Theodor Amundsen some time in the beginning of the 1900-century.
His brother Peter Arnet Amundsen has drawn the Verdensteateret building that I have made in LEGO earlier.
About this creation
This is the first of two building in this style I will make. I'm planning to make a model of the neighbor house in nr 16, that is also drawn and built by the same mason master Theodor Amundsen. This one does not have too much details on the outside. But the windows is unusual. Specially the corner window that forms a half circle.
Pictures of the real building I'm trying to model.
The outside of the model.
The following images shows the interior of the model.
The basement. Here there are a large bathroom, two bedrooms and a washing room, a small storage room and a corridor and the stairs up to first floor.
1.st floor contains a large living room, a kitchen with stairs up from the basement, a office and a hallway with stairs up to the second floor.
The 1.st floor also has LED lights in the ceiling. There are two bright LED's in the living room, one in the kitchen, one on the office and one in the hallway with the stair up to second floor. The wires is hidden between the ceiling in the first and floor off second floor
Second floor contains two bedrooms, a kitchen, a livingroom and a stairroom with the stair from 1.st floor and a stair further up to the third floor.
The third floor has no interior because of the construction helding up the roof taking up too much space. There should be a window in one end of the third floor, but for now I cant find a good way to make that as on the original building.