The golden age of colonial Paris 1889

We are back visiting Paris in 1889 again with Castor Troy’s latest addition to his Steampunk-era rendition of the city. The Colonial Office has a striking black, white and gold color scheme with some beautiful architectural details. No expense has been spared in this particular office as a number of fancy gold elements can be found, such as the ornamental fences and, in particular, the Ninjago swords used in the roof to the far right. Castor has also created a great selection of minifigures to populate the uneven, grubby streets in front of the plush offices.Paris Steampunk 1889 - The Colonial Office

This is just one building in an incredible Paris 1889 collaboration, so you may enjoy another of Castor’s buildings that we highlighted a few weeks ago, The Lourve in 1889.

PARIS STEAMPUNK 1889

1 comment on “The golden age of colonial Paris 1889

  1. Håkan

    “Louvre” is misspelled.

    Btw, if you like France and Steampunk, I can recommend the French animated feature “April and the Extraordinary World” / “Avril et le Monde Truqué” .

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