K’nex Bedroom

These are the staggering images of one teenager’s monster machine made entirely from K’NEX. Nick Cottreau, from Nova Scotia, Canada, spent more than six months and used more than 25,000 pieces to create one giant rollercoaster model that fills his entire bedroom. The fascination and obsession to build mammoth models started when Nick received his first K’Nex set at the age of five.

These are the staggering images of one teenager's monster machine made entirely from K'NEX. Nick Cottreau, from Nova Scotia, Canada, spent more than six months and used more than 25,000 pieces to create one giant rollercoaster model that fills his entire bedroom. The fascination and obsession to build mammoth models started when Nick received his first K'Nex set at the age of five.

These are the staggering images of one teenager's monster machine made entirely from K'NEX. Nick Cottreau, from Nova Scotia, Canada, spent more than six months and used more than 25,000 pieces to create one giant rollercoaster model that fills his entire bedroom. The fascination and obsession to build mammoth models started when Nick received his first K'Nex set at the age of five.

These are the staggering images of one teenager's monster machine made entirely from K'NEX. Nick Cottreau, from Nova Scotia, Canada, spent more than six months and used more than 25,000 pieces to create one giant rollercoaster model that fills his entire bedroom. The fascination and obsession to build mammoth models started when Nick received his first K'Nex set at the age of five.

These are the staggering images of one teenager's monster machine made entirely from K'NEX. Nick Cottreau, from Nova Scotia, Canada, spent more than six months and used more than 25,000 pieces to create one giant rollercoaster model that fills his entire bedroom. The fascination and obsession to build mammoth models started when Nick received his first K'Nex set at the age of five.