This simple Greek styled temple can be expanded to any size you want, and extended with any other features.
Start by marking a 5 by 7 area with plain stone blocks. Surround that with quartz stairs all the way around.
Put a 3 block high quartz pillar on each corner on the stone blocks, and every second block along the length and width, top with a plinth of plain quartz blocks all the way across on each side.
Surround the plynths with upside down quartz stairs all the way around.
To make the roof, place a row of quartz stairs all the way across the top of the long sides, a block in, so they are on top of the full blocks. Fill in the spaces on the ends with six full blocks....
Then place a second row of quartz stairs on each side to bridge the opening, filling in the one wide line with full quartz blocks, and a row of quartz slabs on the very top (as per image 1)
to finish off the floor, you can place a ring of stone brick stairs around the inner edge, and fill in the with three stone slabs.
Bob's your unkle, as they say across the pond.
This is my first post, so I'm not sure the images are linked correctly. Also I hope I haven't overlooked and/or broken any of the forum rules here. Anyway, let me know what you think. Thanks in advance.