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Emerald House . A mostly white corner building. . Originally I intended to use more dark green, especially the gold-lined curved slopes ftom the Emerald Night, on the sides of the corner and between the floor; but it ended up looking better in white (and some gray)... And the name stuck. (After all, there's a jeweler's shop on the ground floor.) - All pictures are also available on Flickr - Let's start with some full views from the outside: Now some street scenes: Skater girl shows skater boy what she'd like... Mr Rich Guy with bodyguard close behind. A better look at the wrought-iron shop sign. ...and at the simple newspaper vending machine. Let's look inside the jeweler's shop: A look at the workbench when there was no wall yet. Now what's going on on the second floor? It's the mini-, erm, maxidoll design studio! The latest and greatest toy for minifigure girls, soon to be available in a shop nearby... (Sewing-machine design from dho7622u.) Third and fourth floor contain an apartment a rather luxurious one by minifigure standards: The boy living here is switching on the big-screen TV to play some games with his friend on the latest game console, probably a PlaiiBox 720 or something like that^^ Upstairs: Boy's room, parents' bedroom, bathroom - a bit hard to see, so the next photos were taken during the build. The boy's room - with a big dinosaur "doll", a remote-controlled Ferrari, a robot and a notebook. And finally some "making of" photos: A few ideas for the corner gable that didn't make it. Construction detail: side of the gable. Second floor SNOTing, later hidden with plates with a little gap. Third floor SNOTing, later hidden without a gap.


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