nikolai sutyagin's home in arkhangelsk, a city in russia's far north-west, started life as a two-storey building,
however this is no longer the case. for the past 15 years sutyagin has dedicated much of his spare time
transforming the house into what is considered the tallest wooden building in the world, or at least russia.
at present the building has 13 floors and stands at 144ft / 43m high.
telegraph: gangster who built world's tallest log cabin
deputy dog: the coolest skyscraper ever made
citynoise report on justo gallego martínez
- a spaniard who is building his very own cathedral near madrid.