located in miami’s south beach, one of zaha hadid’s homes just sold for $5.75 million dollars. the three-bedroom, four-bathroom apartment was her latest residence, where she used to live while working on the soon-to-be-completed one thousand museum skyscraper in the same city. originally purchased by the starchitect in 2010 and comprising a total of 2,541-square-foot (236-square-meter), the apartment is located at the world-renowned W south beach.

zaha hadid's miami home just sold for $5.75 million designboom
the apartment is located in miami’s renowned W south beach

 

 

the stunningly curvaceous southeast corner apartment was refurbished by zaha hadid herself, who bought two separate units for $4 million and combined them. floor-to-ceiling windows open directly to the atlantic ocean, allowing a great amount of natural light to bathe the property. after her death, the apartment was placed on the market for $10 million, and later reduced to $6.5 million in november 2016. after some negotiations, the apartment was sold this week to new york and boston-based tech executive ray bassiouni.

zaha hadid's miami home just sold for $5.75 million designboom
it comprises a total of 2,541-square-foot / 236-square-meter

zaha hadid's miami home just sold for $5.75 million designboom
hadid purchased it in 2010

zaha hadid's miami home just sold for $5.75 million designboom
it has three bedrooms and four bathrooms

zaha hadid's miami home just sold for $5.75 million designboom
it takes all the southeast corner of the building

zaha hadid's miami home just sold for $5.75 million designboom
it opens to the atlantic ocean

zaha hadid's miami home just sold for $5.75 million designboom
after her death, the apartment was placed on the market for $10 million

zaha hadid's miami home just sold for $5.75 million designboom
it was refurbished by the architect herself

zaha hadid's miami home just sold for $5.75 million designboom
marble bathrooms

zaha hadid's miami home just sold for $5.75 million designboom
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