Yup, it's more of the same guys!
Here you can have another perspective of how ML turns paper into art.
As far as I can tell, the process is as follows:
Every part is first designed to scale, using a computer program.
Then, every part is printed in ordinary paper, numbered and/or referenced for further use.
Every thin paper part is then cut, glued to a thicker paper card and assembled according to plan.
A paper building is at the same time light, and easy to assemble.
Every storey of the building is removable, allowing the placing of infantry units, that will get a protection bonus if placed inside a BUA.
Once again, the size of this hex allows for further use of this building in an Ambush Blitz rules scenario, as ordered by JMM.