Intricate Lego models of Brutalist and Modernist buildings by Berliner Arndt Schlaudraff. He started recreating these models after a visit to the Bauhaus University in Dessau, Germany and seeing a Facebook post by a friend of his on Lego Architecture Studio. After finishing a building, he takes a photograph and publishes his work on Instagram. The models are destroyed immediately after completion to free up enough bricks for his next project. He states: "I like the idea that my buildings existed in the past, but now the only proof that they existed are the photos that I took. Maybe there's an archeological thought behind that."
Lego Architecture Studio seems to be perfect to recreate those buildings. Although sometimes it is frustrating that, due to the square blocks, it is nearly impossible to rebuild houses with many curves or rolling edges. For example, a building from Zaha Hadid or Juergen Mayer H is very hard to realise with Lego bricks. I know that there are Lego master-builders who are able to build some of their designs, but I guess I'm not one of them yet.+