Adie Roberts continues his inspirations to help inspire modellers of all abilities to work out of their comfort zone building dioramas or just trying new builds.

A sensational diorama of the tenement of Pinkus Lothe on the junction of Marszalkowa Street Aleje Jerozolimske Pre-War Warsaw Poland by modeller Marcin Dobrzyniecki. 

A fragment of pre-war Warsaw. It's the intersection of Marszałkowska and Aleje Jerozolimskie with a characteristic tenement house built for Pinkus Lothe. The project is in 1/35 scale. On the diorama we can also see the legendary "M" tram line. There is also an AS car in the taxi-landaulet version, produced since 1927. 

The tenement house was modelled on the facade of the Louvre. In the 1930s, the "Żywiec" restaurant was located in the corner of the tenement house. During the Warsaw Uprising it was burnt and partially demolished, and the remains of the tenement house were demolished in the early 1960s.



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