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The wall behind the shelving unit is not a standard wall built with regular LEGO bricks, but a panel, which is hollow on one side. The parts that are sticking out at the back of the bookshelf are accommodated by the hollow of the panel. My guess is that you attached the panel backwards with the flat side facing in, instead of out. Look at Page 37/Step 48 ...


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I think the best technique for building a sturdy Lego structure is to start with a wide and big base and then stack up with smaller bricks. I took part in a Lego challenge and one of the challenges was to build a big Lego tower. So, I decided to start with a big base. Then, I built up with smaller bricks. When I did my test to see which was the best, I found ...


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The door that is listed as compatible can be attached with its handle inside to make a smooth surface at the front. It could become hard to open however.


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Assuming you want this in minifigure scale, I would mount part 553c Brick, Round 2 x 2 Dome Top - Hollow Stud with Bottom Axle Holder x Shape + Orientation upside down in the wall, topped with a 18674 Tile, Round 2 x 2 with Open Stud in Black mounted right-side up. You will need to do some clever SNOTting to make that all fit, but an upside-down 3659 Brick, ...


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