Miami Skyscraper Design by Zaha Hadid
One Thousand Museum
Renowned architect Zaha Hadid – also known as “Starchitect” – has designed her first skyscraper to grace the skyline of the Western Hemisphere. Set to be completed in 2017, One Thousand Museum is a 62-story, 83-unit, ultra-luxury condominium tower on Biscayne Boulevard in Miami, opposite Museum Park, with panoramic views from Biscayne Bay to Miami Beach. The building is designed with concrete exoskeleton structure that will wrap around the perimeter, bracing the tower as its structural support. Its unique structural design allows for a great deal of variation in floor plans because its interior floors are virtually column free. The bottom two-thirds of the tower are occupied by two-story townhomes and half-floor units. While the upper third boasts units that occupy the entire floor. All units are accompanied with terraces that vary in size and direction. A duplex penthouse occupies the last two residential floors. The top floor features an aquatic center, leisure area, indoor spa, event space and a private helipad on the rooftop. There is commercial space at the floor level, along with 10 stories of parking. Beyond a prominent location, distinguished by unparalleled views and visibility, such a project demands a creative vision – one that offers private ownership of an iconic piece of architecture. It is a bold physical statement embracing the essence of Miami through the eyes of a star - Zaha Hadid.
- 4,600 sq. ft. – 10,000 sq. ft. $5.65 Million – $49 Million
- Full floor residences – 12 foot ceilings, 10,000 sq. ft.
- Upper Duplex - 16,000 sq. ft.
- Aquatic Center and Sky Lounge on the top level
- 83 Units
- 62 stories
- Sun and Swim Terrace
- Indoor and Outdoor Spa
- Private Helipad
- Double height aquatic center
By: Ben Moss
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