by Brian Lyles and Jason Lyles
September 2014, 204 pp.
Full Color, Flexibound
"Should be on the coffee table of every AFOL."
In The LEGO Neighborhood Book, you’ll create buildings with real-world details like cornices and facades, and try your hand at interior design by filling your buildings with furniture and light fixtures. Then add the finishing touches to your models with plants, traffic lights, scaffolding, and park benches. Snap together a few houses, shops, and apartment buildings to create your own neighborhood!
Inside you’ll find:
For ages 10+
Download complete PARTS LIST for the models in the book
About the Author
Brian Lyles is a professional videographer who runs Brick City Depot, an online repository of detailed LEGO architecture building instructions.
When not running Brick City Depot with his brother Brian, Jason Lyles works as a software developer.
"I can easily see this book becoming an invaluable resource."
"Another cracker from No Starch. If you're thinking of making your own modular buildings but don't know where to start you'll find it particularly useful."
"Spectacular enough to keep LEGO maniacs on track."
"You will want this book for your Lego book collection, and it’s also a fantastic gift for any builder on your gift list."
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"A must own for LEGO enthusiasts."
"I highly recommend it."
"A well thought out and designed book. Great for anyone interested in creating LEGO buildings, and lots of material for inspiration."
"A very good resource especially if you’re new to building modulars."
"Overall I'm really impressed with this book. It showcases some really excellent models, buildings and introduces a great new idea in modular building."
"This book is easily one of my favorite LEGO books. If you are a town fan, I can’t recommend it highly enough."
"The LEGO Neighborhood Book is a great resource for LEGO aficionados of all ages."