Here's a shot of all four sides glued together, sitting on the half-height wall between our family room and kitchen. The thing you have to watch with mirror buildings is that of course they reflect everything around them!|
This photo shows the diagonal bracing on all four corners of the top.
The same thing was done on the bottom end:
I then set about one of my favorite aspects of making these city buildings: making a roof top piece. This is where you can pretty much let your imagination run wild, as any combination of machines, compressors, vents, pipes/conduits, towers, lights, and other structures can be cobbled together to make a convincing and interesting roof scene.
Here's what it looks like in place, but this was before I had completed all the details:
This photo shows the boo-boo on the mirror surface resulting from me being a little too enthusiastic with the pressure on the clamp when gluing on the corner struts. Maybe some day I will make a little platform dangling from the roof, with a couple of hardhats trying to install a replacement glass panel.