Middle-class Modern 4-Resident Condominium

Rating
Rated 3.6 from 17 votes
Category Houses And Shops
Theme Modern
Size Large
File Format .schematic
Submitted by furdabip
Posted on September 15th, 2013 01:42 AM EST
Download(s) Has been downloaded 344 times

Dimensions

Length 43 Width 22 Height 20 Relative height to paste: 5 blocks

Description

Series 1 - Modern City Housing and Infrastructure - Designed using Minecraft 1.6.2 vanilla.

A white-to-gray-colored, fully furnished modern condominium for use in cities, towns, etc. Each apartment consists of 3 floors; main, upstairs and basement. An attic exists for each apartment but is inaccessible. A living room/dining room, kitchen, bathroom and laundry room exists for each apartment. The number of bedrooms varies by apartment, but is always 2 or more.

- 4 apartments
- 4-block high ceilings.
- Uses Redstone Lamps as lighting fixtures.
- Does not use torches.
- Does not use enough lighting to prevent mob spawning.

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Comments (4)

Very stylish! I love the detail that has been included in the minimal space.
Are these based on real-world structures that you may have been inside furdabip?
They look very European, maybe from Belgium, Netherlands, France or Gernany.
Had to fix a few beds and place a few more lights (in the same style), but really like them!
  by globecollector
on September 17th, 2013 02:35 AM EST
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My creations are not based on any house or building I've been in, but I do use Google Maps to browse around towns I've been to/live in for inspiration on the general look of them. This specific one is from a small city in Ontario, Canada. The interiors are based on what feels right at the time and what would generally be "structurally sound" in real life, so it doesn't seem too open.

I'm glad you like them. :-)
  by furdabip
on September 17th, 2013 03:16 AM EST
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This house is completed for what begins in minecraft, good work.   by drackmort77
on September 15th, 2013 03:30 AM EST
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good enough   by mikerspiker
on September 15th, 2013 02:53 AM EST
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