Maraya Concert Hall constructed by the Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) in the desert of Saudi Arabia has been named the largest mirrored building in the world by the Guinness World Records. Designed by Italian company Gio’ Forma, this unique building measures 9,740-square-meters.
The hall is constructed as a cuboid that is covered with mirrors to reflect the natural beauty of the surrounding desert. With a seating capacity of 500 persons, it serves as a venue for events, celebrations, performances, and business gatherings.
The mirrored design of the hall easily blends into the surrounding environment and is the first UNESCO World Heritage Site recognized in Saudi Arabia.