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Rockefeller Center, New York . Model completed in 2009. . A microscale model of the New York City landmark. This model is approximately 1/650th scale, similar to my other skyscapers. Brickshelf Gallery 24 Photos on Digital Models Download LEGO Digital Designer files of this model created by Oliver Albrecht. Click the links below to download this model sectioned into two smaller individual LDD files. Note 30 Rockefeller is not included. Part 1 by Oliver Albrecht Part 2: Not available Part 3 by Oliver Albrecht Builder's Addendum: This model was seven years in the making. I originally started building a model of 30 Rockefeller Center (G.E. Building) in early 2002 to complement the other skyscrapers I was designing. I finished about 90% of that model before I ran out of parts. The partially finished model sat on the shelf for the next seven years and I would occasionally contemplate completing it. Finally in early 2009 I resolved to finish it. I quickly discovered that the proportions and building techniques used in the original model were hopelessly out-of-date. I began building a completely new model. This photo shows the original model in the foreground and the new model behind it. After I completed 30 Rockefeller Center, I decided to build the rest of the surrounding classic Rockefeller Center buildings and complete the complex. The older version of 30 Rockefeller Center model was recycled into finishing these new buildings. The centerpiece of Rockefeller Center is the slab sided 70 story G.E. Building at 30 Rockefeller Plaza. Radio City Music Hall. No, I didn't build nano-sized versions of The Rockettes. Looking down on the complex. There are fourteen buildings situated on six city blocks. In the model each block is a separate sub-model, and they are all connected to their neighboring blocks via technic pins. Several of the building feature rooftop gardens and landscaping. Top of the Rock The famous skating rink and Christmas tree. One of the reasons I like to photograph this model is the density of all the buildings. It's easy to place the camera inside the model and be completely surrounded by the cityscape. MOCpages' Sean Kenney spots a nano-sized representation of his light blue LEGO Nintendo DSi in the window of the model's Nintendo store.

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