Here are some other models created the [Brick] Abyss builders have created in the past:
Wall E from movie by Pixar Animation Studios
Colonius Radio Tower (city of Cologne, Germany): The Colonius tower was built from 1978 until 1981. It is 266 m high and thus the highest radio tower in North Rhine-Westphalia.
This model was built as a series of models depicting famous landmarks of Cologne in minifig scale. It measures 5.6 m from the table (without the base underneath). 80 000 LEGO elements were used for the construction. Transportation required 8 transport boxes and the base (one europallet packed 1.8 m high).
The tower was displayed in 2012 at the exhibitions in Rosheim (France) and in Cologne (Germany).
River Rhine Promenade (city of Cologne, Germany): The promenade along the River Rhine in Cologne runs between the Zoo-Bride and the Severin-Bridge. It is lined with shops and pubs but also has many recreational areas, trees, lawns and sidewalks for public amusement.
160 000 LEGO elements were used for the construction. Transportation required 8 transport boxes (one europallet packed 1.8 m high).
30 Baseplates long, 12 Baseplates wide
Setup approximately 6h with 4 people.
The promenade was displayed in 2011 at the exhibitions in Rosheim (France), Skaerbaek (Danmark) and in Swindon (Unidet Kingdom). In 2012 in St. Augustin (Germany), Cologne (Germany) and in Zürich (Switzerland). In 2013 in Kopenhagen (Danmark).
Carnival Procession (city of Cologne, Germany): The Cologne carnival is traditionally considered a “fifth season”. Officially it lasts from Nov. 11th at 11:11 am until Ash Wednesday with a temporary suspension during Advent and Christmas. The street carnival takes place between Fat Thursday and Ash Wednesday, the highlight being Rose Monday with a huge parade of floats, bands and dancers making their way through the stress of Cologne that are greeted by masqueraded people crowding the sidewalks. Most floats caricature political or other events of the previous year.
The carnival procssion was displayed in different sizes in 2010 at the exhibitions in Rosheim (France), Neustadt (Germany), Cologne (Germany) and Skearbeak (Danmark). In 2011 in Kopenhagen (Danmark).
Potala Palace (Lhasa, China): The Potala Palace was the chief residence of the Dalai Lama until the Tibetan uprising of 1959. Today it is a museum and also registered as a World Heritage Site. The building measures 400 m from east to west and 350 m from north to south. There is a total of thirteen stories of buildings with 1 000 rooms, 10 000 shrines and over 200 000 statues.
18×6 Baseplates (4,6×1,6m). 82 000 LEGO elements were used for the construction. Transportation required 8 transport boxes (one europallet packed 1.8 m high). Setup approximately 2h with 2 people.
Potala was displayed in 2012 at the exhibitions Cologne (Germany), In 2013 in St. Augustin (Germany) and Rosheim (France).
Industrial Complex: The model shows a detailed industrial complex used to degas fluid steel.