We are regularly asked to measure unusual structures and buildings in a variety of different and interesting places for all sorts of reasons but a recent enquiry was even a bit unexpected for us. We were approached to measure and verify the world’s largest Rubik’s Cube for entry into the Guinness Book of Records. Tony Fisher, a British puzzle designer, had built the oversized cube at his workshop in Ipswich and needed a qualified surveyor to confirm the true dimensions.

Rubik's Cube
[L-R] Greg Norman (Survey Solutions) and Tony Fisher (Puzzle Designer)

Survey Solutions have given similar evidence in support of other world record attempts and were able to provide the necessary paperwork and reports required. We can confirm that the cube is 1.57m x 1.57m x 1.57m and we are waiting to hear if this is officially the world’s largest working Rubik’s Cube.

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