Cool Pizzeria Modular Now Available From Brickative

Brickative has released a new instruction set on their website for a cool looking LEGO Pizzeria modular! This impressive looking modular is an alternate build that requires 3 copies of LEGO 31118 – Surfer Beach House and 60 additional pieces to complete.

This modular requires a 16×32 stud baseplate to sit on and consists of 1528 pieces (if you are building the full modular…if you don’t want the building on a baseplate or to have any sidewalk then it only requires 1496 pieces). One of the first details that jumps out at me when looking at this modular is the awesome wall texture and coloring the designer (Lukasz Libuszewski) has achieved on the second and third floors of the building. Other great details that catch my eye are the excellent roof line as well as the nice awning, lights, and sign for the Pizzeria on the main floor. I also think the stairs to the second floor on the side of the building are a nice touch as they differentiate the building from other modular buildings that you typically see. Overall I’m very impressed with how well the designer has been able to create unique decorations and details throughout the building that are applicable both to a Pizzeria as well as a building in Edinburgh with the end result being an impressive looking modular that amazingly enough comes together within the constraint of only using parts that are available in a specific set.

I’m always really impressed with alternate builds of existing sets and this is definitely a great looking one. Overall this latest modular instruction set from Brickative is very impressive and I will definitely be working on building this for our LEGO City! You can follow the link below to read more about this awesome Pizzeria modular in the Brickative store!

Tap here to see the Pizzeria modular in the Brickative store

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