Few minutes afterward, I already had the base of a good looking buiding. I have to say all the parts fit right with each other with almost no gap between parts and a clever assembly system.
Dad tip : If your adorable 6 years old Daughter ends her afternoon nap early, offer her to do the same kind of activity as you and give her a "punch and build" cardboard plane. (you're welcome)
A little time (and a few hundred times hearing "let it go") after that, here I was !
The trapdoor on the roof is also removable (or you can decide not to punch it out and leave it sealed) and the roof is easily removable (oh so useful for those who like to have some action inside the buildings as well :
Doors can be hold shut or open (same here, you can just leave it in place if you wish) :
And same goes for windows. This is a very good point since you can either decide to leave them, or remove and paint them seperately to put them back afterwards OR replace them with some of the plexyglass windows that will soon be available...
The ladder also has this very clever lift shaped platform that allows you to let your model rest exactly where it stopped while climbing. It might not be impressive on a single level building like this but on a higher one it immediately shows how useful it can be.