We are getting used to seeing tower blocks demolished in Glasgow.
Most recently we watched a major block of our famous Red Road flats come tumbling down as housing bosses change our skyline forever.
But there has never been a demolition like the one we will witness this weekend.
Because a new 60ft skyscraper is going to be 'built' in Brunswick Street on Sunday and then pulled down again ... by city children.
This wonderful silliness is the latest fun art project developed as part of the Merchant City Festival.
And it is by no means lightweight stuff. The building – admittedly only made of cardboard – weighs a whole tonne.
This kind of fun and creativity just underlines how successful Glasgow's festival scene has become.
Glaswegians have always known how to party but we are increasingly turning this trait to our advantage.
Because summer local festivals like those in the Merchant City and the West End are combining with major events like Celtic Connections and Winterfest to create a year-round party atmosphere.
And tourists – however bad our weather – are lapping up our sense of fun. Proving nobody can demolish Glasgow's party reputation.