Minecraft ArchitectureCraft Mod 1.17.1/1.12.2 (Bringing the Circle to Minecraft)

Minecraft ArchitectureCraft Mod 1.17.1/1.12.2 (Bringing the Circle to Minecraft)

 A New Minecraft ArchitectureCraft this like decoration Mod 1.17.1/1.12.2 includes blocks for constructing different architectural elements that would otherwise be difficult or impossible to create. Blocks for constructing sloping roofs, pillars, and rounded corners, and windows with frames are now provided.

Minecraft ArchitectureCraft Mod 1.17.1/1.12.2 (Bringing the Circle to Minecraft)
ArchitectureCraft Mod 

This is a fantastic method to mold Minecraft bricks to your taste. From slopes to rounded edges, this mod will help you improve the realism of your constructions.

This mod includes sloping roofs, glazable window frames, arches and other rounded blocks, classical pillars and entablatures, and railings for balconies and stairways, among other attractive architectural characteristics. ArchitectureCraft bricks may be created from nearly any vanilla material as well as several mod-added materials.

ArchitectureCraft Mod  Features And Images


  • The Sawbench is used to chop apart material blocks to make ArchitectureCraft blocks. As raw material, almost any sort of full-cube block may be used.
  • The material is placed in the top left slot, and the completed blocks are removed from the slot below. A variety of pattern pages are available, which may be accessed using the menu on the right.
  • Please keep in mind that some designs may require more than one block of material in the input slot before anything is accessible in the output slot. The input-to-output block ratio is displayed beneath the output slot.


The Hammer and the Chisel are the two tools available for manipulating the blocks in ArchitectureCraft. The specific purpose of these tools varies depending on the block, but the fundamental concepts listed below apply.

  • Blocks are rotated with the Hammer.
  • Right-clicking a hammer turns a block 90 degrees around its "vertical" axis (which may not be vertical if put sideways or upside down – see Placement).
  • Shift-right-clicking a hammer cycles through its six potential bottom face orientations (north, south, east, west, up, down).

  • The Chisel may be used to change the structure of blocks in a variety of ways.
  • Some blocks create connections with neighbouring blocks on their own. By right-clicking with a chisel near the side you wish to alter, you may deactivate and re-enable these connections.
  • Some blocks can be treated with a secondary substance. By right-clicking on the center of the block with a chisel, you may remove the secondary material.
  • You may also harvest a vanilla Glass, Glass Pane, Glowstone, or Ice block with a chisel by right-clicking on it.

Block Placement

While the precise procedures for putting ArchitectureCraft pieces vary depending on the kind of block, this section discusses some basic concepts that apply to the majority of blocks.

  • To begin, blocks can be arranged right side up or upside down. When you click on a block's top surface or the lower half of a block's side, the new block is placed right side up. When you click on the underside face of a block or the top half of a block's side, the new block gets put upside down.

Second, the rotation of the block around its vertical axis is determined by where you click as well as the block's symmetry:

  • The rotation of an asymmetrical block is governed by which corner you click closest to. The Roof Outer Corner block, for example, is positioned such that its inside corner is closest to where you click.
  • The rotation of a block with left-right symmetry is controlled by which side you click closest to. The simple Roof Tile, for example, is positioned such that its rear border is closest to where you click.

  • Third, by shift-clicking on the side of an existing block, blocks may be put sideways. The aforementioned rotation rules then apply to the location where you click on the side face, with the rotation axis perpendicular to that face.
  • Fourth, certain blocks behave differently when you put them by clicking on another block of the same type. A roof block put against the side of another roof block, for example, will strive to orient itself such that it matches up with the existing block, overriding the preceding restrictions.Most of the time, this will enough, but if not, you can always adjust the orientation after placing with the Hammer.

Block Types

  • Roof Blocks: Building blocks for roofs and other sloping constructions.
  • Window Frames: Realistically crafted window frames that can hold glass.
  • Rounded Blocks: Rounded pillars, posts, and blocks for providing walls rounded corners.
  • Arches: Components used to construct arches of various sizes.
  • Classical: Some classical architecture components.
  • Railings are decorative and practical safety railings for balconies and staircases.
  • Cladding: for use on other blocks.
  • Slabs and Stairs are shaped similarly to their vanilla counterparts. On their upper surfaces, cladding can be placed.

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