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Working title St. Bricks Hospital :lol:

This is the first time building this big and somewhat modular style for me so it's learning on the go. But because of encouragement by @JackBrick I'm sharing this first version of the outside here. The devil is in the details and I'm sure a lot will change in weeks or months to come. My original idea was to buy 2 60204 city hospital sets and build 2 mirrored towers with an extended revolving door entrance in the middle and garages for the ambulances. However, the set was quietly retired before I got them. So instead of buying the exact parts for that plan I just started with the parts I had in stock, ordering when shortages occurred or just find alternative options.


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Wow that is a pretty good and decent start man! The two tower idea is really cool, and I love the colour scheme!

What is next on your list of wanna'-do's with this moc?
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The inside :lol: the entrance hall already has a toilet an janitor closet and started on reception desk. Ground floor will have a cafe (or however I have to call that in a hospital) and work on the room for the eye specialist has also started. I already gave the second floor back window some stickers because that will be the children's ward.

Not sure if the baby room also goes there or in the sand green tower, which will have a lab. After that I'll see how I'll continue using the space.

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such a fantastic start! I look forward to seeing more
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Thank you so much @WinterBricker I'll update here when I've made substansial enough progress
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Awesome dude, keep up the clicking of bricks! *click* *clack*
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Thx @JackBrick to stay inspired I won't work on this exclusively
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Totally recognizable, you need contemplation and digestion and iterate on stuff to achieve awesomeness in the end. I talked about this today with @Domo and Kev actually. They constructed the second Diner set this weekend, and we were playing around with it, checking if the floors would fit in with the first one to make a big one. They were like "oh yeah there is a small gap there but you hardly see it" and I was totally like "whaaaaat! No that is something we need to fix!! I need to break it down to redesign it!!" :mrgreen:

Maybe a weird story, something you had to just be in the room to get it. :noface:
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Not a weird story at all, I feel the same when I'm not fully satisfied, but it can take weeks or months of thinking what the possibillities are and what I want before I actually do it :lol:

I always have several partially done projects so I'll switch between them
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I really don't know any afols who actually finish first before starting something new. :mrgreen:

You are in your summer pause right now are you not? Did you have any ideas around this moc you can allready share?
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