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Largest usable space[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]
This list ranks the buildings throughout the world with the largest amount of usable space.
- Boeing's Everett Factory is currently the world's largest, used to assemble a selection of the company's largest aircraft, originally built for construction of the 747. This building is 13.3 million m³ (472 million cu ft) and covers 398,000 m² (98.3 acres) of land.
- The Aerium was built to house the construction of a giant airship, although the airship was never completed. This building now houses an indoor, artificial tropical resort.
- NASA's 160 m tall Vehicle Assembly Building was originally built to enable simultaneous assembly and shelter for four Saturn V rockets.
|1||Boeing Plant||Everett, Washington, USA||398,000 m² (4.3 million sq ft)||13.3 million m³ (472 million cu ft)|||
|2||Jean-Luc Lagardère Plant||Blagnac, Toulouse, France||122,500 m² (1,320,000 sq ft)||5.6 million m³ (199 million cu ft)|||
|3||Aerium||Halbe, Brandenburg, Germany||70,000 m² (753,000 sq ft)||5.2 million m³ (184 million cu ft)|||
|4||NASA Vehicle Assembly Building||Brevard County, Florida, USA||32,374 m² (348,000 sq ft)||3.66 million m³ (130 million cu ft)|||
Largest floor space[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]
ಈ sectionಪರಿಶೀಲನೆಗಾಗಿ ಹೆಚ್ಚಿನ ಉಲ್ಲೇಖಗಳ ಅಗತ್ಯವಿದೆ. (May 2009)
This list ranks the top 25 buildings throughout the world with the largest amount of floor area. Upon its opening in October 2008, Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport at 1.5 million m² (16.1 million sq ft, or 370 acres) of floor space surpassed the former leader, the Aalsmeer Flower Auction (990,000 m², or 10.6 million sq ft). Terminal 3 has a capacity of 43 million passengers, which by itself would be enough to place Dubai among the 20 busiest airports in the world by passenger traffic. For its part, the Aalsmeer Auction sees about 19 million flowers sold every day.
† Cœur Défense consists of several buildings which all share a common basement.[ಸೂಕ್ತ ಉಲ್ಲೇಖನ ಬೇಕು]
- The McDermott Building in San Antonio, TX has 4,220,000 sq ft (392,000 m2).[ಸೂಕ್ತ ಉಲ್ಲೇಖನ ಬೇಕು]
This list of special categories includes a variety of buildings which are the largest of their type.
|Type of building||Name||Location||Floor Area||Volume|
|Religious site||Angkor Wat[ಸೂಕ್ತ ಉಲ್ಲೇಖನ ಬೇಕು]||Angkor, Cambodia||1,000,000 m²|
|Presidential Residence||Rashtrapati Bhavan||New Delhi, India||19,000 m² (200,000 sq ft)|
|Parliament||Palace of the Parliament||Bucharest, Romania||330,000 m² (3.55 million sq ft)||2.55 million m³ (90 million cu ft)|
|Courthouse||Brussels Palace of Justice||Brussels, Belgium||260,000 m² (2.8 million sq ft)|
|Bus Terminal||Tel Aviv Central Bus Station||Tel Aviv, Israel||230,000 m² (2.2 million sq ft)|
|Shipbuilding hall||Devonshire Dock Hall||Barrow-in-Furness, United Kingdom||769,000 m³ (27 million cu ft)|
|Hemispherical building||Ericsson Globe||Stockholm, Sweden||600,000 m³ (21 million cu ft)|
|Wooden building||Great Buddha Hall, Tōdai-ji||Nara, Japan||2,850 m² (30,660 sq feet)|
List of the world's largest shopping malls[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]
This section's factual accuracy is disputed. (November 2008)
|1||New South China Mall||Dongguan, China||600,000 m2 (6.46 million sq ft)||890,000 m2 (9.58 million sq ft)||99.2 percent unoccupied|
|2||SM City North EDSA||Quezon City, Philippines||460,000 m² (4.74 million sq ft)||It includes City Center Building, The Annex, The Block, Carpark Building and SkyGarden. Currently the largest mall in Asia after Golden Resources Mall, second largest mall in the world and largest shopping mall in Southeast Asia.|
|3||Central World||Bangkok, Thailand||429,500 m² (4.62 million sq ft)||550,000 m² (5.92 million sq ft)||Area of the full complex is 1,024,000 m² including two skyscrapers.|
|4||SM Mall of Asia||Pasay City, Philippines||410,000 m² (4.67 million sq ft)[ಸೂಕ್ತ ಉಲ್ಲೇಖನ ಬೇಕು]|
|5||Dream Mall||Kaohsiung City, Taiwan||400,000 m² (4.5 million sq ft)|
|6||West Edmonton Mall||Edmonton, Canada||350,000 m² (3.8 million sq ft)||570,000 m² (6.0 million sq ft)||The largest mall in North America|
|7||The Dubai Mall||Dubai, UAE||350,000 m² (3.77 million sq ft)||1,124,000 m² (12.1 million sq ft)||The largest mall in the world by area|
|8||SM Megamall||Mandaluyong City, Philippines||348,000 m² (3.75 million sq ft)||420,000 m² (4.52 million sq ft)|
|9||Berjaya Times Square||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia||320,000 m² (3.44 million sq ft)||700,000 m² (7.53 million sq ft)|
|10||Golden Resources Mall||Beijing, China||320,000 m² (3.44 million sq ft)||440,000 m² (4.74 million sq ft)|
|11||Siam Paragon||Bangkok, Thailand||300,000 m² (3.23 million sq ft)||500,000 m² (5.38 million sq ft)|
|12||SM City Cebu||Mabolo, Cebu City, Philippines||268,611 m² (2,891,305 sq. ft.)||Consists of Northwing and Southwing. Largest mall in Central Philippines|
|13||King of Prussia Mall||King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States||259,000 m² (2.79 million sq ft)||Consists of two separate buildings|
|14||Mall of America||Bloomington, Minnesota, United States||257,200 m² (2.77 million sq ft)||390,000 m² (4.2 million sq ft)|
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