One Thousand Museum
Architect Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum skyscraper is in Miami’s Downtown district in front of Museum Park, close to Pérez Art Museum Miami and Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science. One Thousand Museum is currently under construction and the tower will reach 62 stories and measure 700 feet (210 meters) tall once completed in 2018. The building’s gorgeous luxury design focuses on an “exoskeleton” structural component that curves up the sides of the recessed glass facades, enabling floor plates to remain largely free of internal columns. Hadid, who suddenly past away in March 2016, also created the interiors for the communal spaces of the building. Her signature angular walls and curved surfaces will feature throughout the reception and spa area.The podium from levels one to seven will include a lobby, restaurants and event spaces at street levels, car parking above, and will be topped with a swimming pool deck at the back. This section will be surrounded by gill-like louvres between the sculptural structure to conceal the vehicles. Levels 10 to 14 will comprise townhouse-style properties. Half-floor apartments will take up floors 15 to 49, then full-level penthouses will occupy the next eight levels and a duplex penthouse will be located at floors 58 and 59. The top of the skyscraper will offer a double-height Aquatic Center and Sky Lounge, complete with an infinity pool overlooking Biscayne Bay.
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