new images explore zaha hadid's one thousand museum in miami new images explore zaha hadid's one thousand museum in miami
jan 29, 2016

new images explore zaha hadid's one thousand museum in miami


new images have been released showing the interior of miami’s ‘one thousand museum’ in more detail. designed by british architect zaha hadid, the residential project takes its name from its location opposite museum park, and offers views across biscayne bay towards miami beach. the 62-storey, 83-unit condominium tower is envisioned as ‘a continuous piece of contemporary sculpture’, and boasts a wealth of luxury facilities such as: an aquatic center, a private helipad, and even custom scenting — ‘inspired by zaha hadid’s architectural vision’. prices for each unit start at $6 million USD for a 4,600 square foot residence. ‘one thousand museum’ is set to complete in 2018. see designboom’s previous coverage of the project here.

living accommodation on the 15th floor
all images courtesy of zaha hadid architects / one thousand museum

the lobby features textures and patterns associated with hadid’s work

elevator access

for more images of the tower, see designboom’s previous coverage of the one thousand museum project here

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