Largest Can Pyramid: Worlds of Fun set world record (HD Video) KANSAS CITY, Mo., USA -- Built by representatives from BRR Architecture and using cans donated by Country Mart Foods, the 15-foot-tall, 16,478 pound canned good structure to benefit Kansas City's hungry sets the world record for the Largest Can Pyramid, according to World Record Academy (www.worldrecordacademy.com).
Photo: Built by representatives from BRR Architecture and using cans donated by Country Mart Foods, the World's Largest Can Pyramid is a 16,478 pound structure which took shape in the form of a perfect pyramid, 37 cans x 37 cans, with one can's length removed from each layer progressing towards the top. (enlarge photo)
The Guinness world record for the largest can mosaic consisted of 101,616 drink cans in an event organised by youth volunteers from the Yew Tee Community Club Youth Executive Committee at their club in Singapore
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the Largest Can Pyramid - 30 mins, set by The Malaysia Can team, consisting of students from the INTI College Subang Jaya, who constructed a pyramid consisting of 9,455 empty aluminum beverage cans in 24 minutes at the Midvalley Mega Mall in Kuala Lumpur.
Worlds of Fun Amusement Park, Harvesters: the Community Food Network, BRR Architecture, and Country Mart Foods (Associated Wholesale Grocers) are pleased to announce the World's Largest Can Pyramid, a staggering 17,576 canned good structure, all to benefit Kansas City's hungry.
The massive 15-foot-tall structure was constructed over the course of seven hours.