This TSilkwood Street, MOC-53778, was Licensed and Designed by LegoArtisan. .All building block fans have always tried to improve their creations by adding different businesses & establishments in their cities/towns. We have the common cafes, restaurants, police/gas/fire stations, hospitals, houses, flower shops, car repair shops and more. So thinking a bit outside the box, one would wonder how all our famous buildings have their furniture and minifigs have their beautiful clothes. Silkwood Street answers a bit of that question. .Silkwood Street is a 32×32 modular MOC set that has 3 unique buildings; a seamstress’ shop, a carpenter’s workshop and a furniture shop. While other builds focus on grand scales with 4-5 levels high and a single establishment in a 32×32 baseplate, Silkwood Street focuses on the smaller buildings but has lots of small details both in the exterior and interior. As a favorite YouTuber of mine would always say, DIVERSITY & DENSITY. The MOC set creates a scene similar to what you would see in a town with interesting buildings & stories behind each one. .The seamstress’ show was the first building to be designed. The sand green, tan and white combination leaves a warm & inviting ambiance making any visitor want to look inside and see what the seamstress has to offer. The ground floor serves as the workshop with a sewing machine, mannequins, cloths and small tools. The bright pink & white tile works might seem odd but fits the theme and works well given that it is a shop for clothes. The 1st floor is the living space complete with a bed, small kitchen/dining area & toilet. It also has an access ladder going to the attic. .The carpenter’s workshop is an old style building which mainly takes inspiration from Hagrid’s hut (75947). The light & dark gray, tan and brown colors create the stone built style and distinguishes itself apart from normal straightforward square buildings. It is small but has the basic necessities for the carpenter to make his wonderful furniture. It has a working table, wall cabinet, wood cutter & hole boring machine. The 1st floor is the living space with a bed, small kitchen, comfy chair and even a fire place with a working light.
MOC-53778 Silkwood Street