10 of the best LEGO modular buildings in the BrickLink Designer Program Series 5

Modular buildings have found much success in the LEGO BrickLink Designer Program and Series 5 has many exciting potential additions.

Crowd voting for the fifth series of the LEGO BrickLink Designer Program is now underway and as well as space models, the latest series has many modular models that you can support by voting on the BrickLink website, which will influence which submissions are chosen for the latest sets.

While there are many great projects to look through, here are ten that caught our eye though we encourage you to look through the full list online.

Brick Hood Modular Basketball Court

Pieces: 733 Stickers: 0 Minifigures: 3

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LarsHaakon is pitching a modular basketball court, using a limited number of pieces to keep the price down while providing plenty of space to pose minifigures in sporty scenes.

Inverted Corner Building

Pieces: 2,496 Stickers: 10 Minifigures: 7

The LEGO Modular Buildings Collection has yet to receive an inverted corner entry and Rexkeks is hoping to offer the first with a unique angled design that has space for a playground in the back.

The Old Skull

Pieces: 2,757 Stickers: 2 Minifigures: 7

LEGO Pirates mix surprisingly well with a modular building as BrickyBricks82 showcases with a themed restaurant build that certainly differs from every official LEGO modular building.

Odeon Theatre

Pieces: 3,290 Stickers: 0 Minifigures: 8

While the likes of 10312 Jazz Club and 10232 Palace Cinema have brought some entertainment to the LEGO Modular Buildings Collection, TanaseNicolae‘s proposed unofficial entry could bring stage shows to the street.

Empire Station

Pieces: 3,993 Stickers: 0 Minifigures: 12

The Empire Station by jazlecraz adds transportation to modular buildings similar to 910034 Brick Cross Train Station but positions a monorail above street level instead of a train on the ground.

Swimming Pool

Pieces: 2,380 Stickers: 6 Minifigures: 6

JorenBroeckx is hoping to add a swimming pool to the modular street with a spacious facility complete with slides, a hot tub and a bar at the back. It would be another rare outdoor-focused modular building too.

West Side Vibes

Pieces: 2,778 Stickers: 4 Minifigures: 4

Housing is always necessary on a modular street and half-baseplate buildings can be useful with the likes of 10326 Natural History Museum too. BrickyBricks82 aims to fulfil both needs at once.

The Art Factory

Pieces: 2,490 Stickers: 13 Minifigures: 8

Brickester‘s Art Factory depicts a transformed industrial building with rooms celebrating all kinds of art forms that can fold out to take up a much different space on a shelf or a LEGO street.

Radio Station – Brick FM

Pieces: 2,715 Stickers: 5 Minifigures: 7

While a small recording studio was featured in 10260 Downtown Diner, BrentWaller‘s radio station expands on it with more equipment and more space in a fully-fledged radio station for Brick FM

Brickly Tower

Pieces: 3,968 Stickers: 9 Minifigures: 8

Brickly Tower by daimonetto rivals 76178 Daily Bugle‘s 32 inches of height with a 24-inch tower that comes fully furnished, apart from one floor that you can customise to your liking.

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Jack Yates
Jack Yates
LEGO has been a part of my life ever since I was young. It all started when my brother passed down 7657 AT-ST to me. It’s guided me through my early years, through school and eventually through my degree in journalism. I still have all my collection proudly on display, including my many NINJAGO sets, my favourite of all the LEGO Group’s themes. Outside of Brick Fanatics I am an avid gamer and enjoy a good game of Dungeons & Dragons.

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LEGO has been a part of my life ever since I was young. It all started when my brother passed down 7657 AT-ST to me. It’s guided me through my early years, through school and eventually through my degree in journalism. I still have all my collection proudly on display, including my many NINJAGO sets, my favourite of all the LEGO Group’s themes. Outside of Brick Fanatics I am an avid gamer and enjoy a good game of Dungeons & Dragons.

5 thoughts on “10 of the best LEGO modular buildings in the BrickLink Designer Program Series 5

  • 11/06/2024 at 16:52
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    I appreciate the shout-out! Definitely hoping for the school to be picked, but there’s a ton of great competition 🙂

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    • 10/06/2024 at 00:43
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      It was between that and the pirate restaurant in the end but we’ve touched on the school in the last series – there’s just so many models to highlight and rest assured we’ve got more reports like this one planned.

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      • 10/06/2024 at 22:11
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        Thank you, Jack! The Northpoint School did look familiar, and apparently its creator submitted it as part of Series 4, but it didn’t win. I do hope persistence in this case leads to a better result.

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    • 11/06/2024 at 16:51
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      I appreciate the shout-out! Definitely hoping for the school to be picked, but there’s a ton of great competition 🙂

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