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The Stevenson Building . Team "Legion Of Virile Energetic Moccers Unified For Frivolous Ingenious Naughtiness" entry for the category "Cafe Corner Building". . First off, let me apologize for the lack of street action in the main picture. The MOC (as you will see in the following photos) does in fact have minifig action, but somehow during the shooting of the main photo they were knocked away/removed for transportation. But yeah, here's my Cafe Corner Building entry. Having never purchased, built, or even seen a Cafe Corner set in person, I had -- quite honestly -- not much of an idea on how they were built. After looking at a couple pictures from the seasonal LEGO magazine, I saw that the building only takes up about half, or even a third, of the baseplate. Then I had to take in account that I had very minimal bricks of any color that you usually see in a colorful Lego(R) set. So naturally I built in the architectural style that I am most familiar with: castle. Seen as the epitome of historical buildings in Brickville (real original town name, eh?) Stevenson building was passed down through several generations of the Stevenson family until finally being donated to the town council as a garden and art display. This is probably my favorite picture of this creation...and I'm pretty sure I'm addicted to the zoom function on my camera. In this photo you can see the statues that decorate the interior quite well (for me not possessing Alex Eyler's lighting skillz that is). While the ground level is open to the public as a place to see and off art, the second level (reached by trap door) is where the grounds keeper spends his weekends. Here is a picture of the top level removed. Well, I guess that's it for this category. Good luck to the rest of the teams and happy building!

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