A Fusion of Art, Architecture & DesignOver the past 30 years, Pritzker prize-winning architects Zaha Hadid has become internationally renowned for her designs of sensuous, soaring buildings that push the limits of innovation and blur the lines between art and architecture. One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid architects, Miami's most prestigious new residential tower, is her first residential skyscraper in the Western hemisphere. Located on a coveted property overlooking Miami's Museum Park, and boasting utterly breathtaking Biscayne Bay and Atlantic Ocean views, One Thousand Museum brings Hadid's visionary architecture together with an unprecedented level of service and extraordinary amenities. The owners of this limited collection of museum-quality duplex town homes, half-floor residences, full-floor penthouses, and a single duplex penthouse will enjoy exceptional privacy within a truly secure state-of-the-art environment.
Visionary Architecture for a Premier Global City
As Miami has transformed into a truly global city in recent years, it has becomea prime location for the development of a world-class residential skyscraper that will meet the expectations of clientele with sophisticated taste. Beyond a prominent location distinguished by unparalleled views and visibility, such a project demands an ambitious creative vision, one that will offer private ownership of an iconic piece of architecture. One Thousand Museum is a celebration of excellence and innovation. It is a bold physical statement aboutthe essence of Miami through the eyes of Dame Zaha Hadid.This prestigious residential tower appears as a continuous piece of contemporary sculpture from the podium to the crown. The contrast between the robust exoskeleton and the crystalline glazing of the glass façade beneath it is one defining characteristic. The other defining characteristic is the integrity with which form follows function. The tower’s fluid curves reflect its internal organization as it rises more than 60 stories from the arrival podium to the amenity levels, the residential floors above, and finally to a dramatic double height amenity space and Indoor Aquatic Center at the crown.Shadows cast by the white exoskeleton on the recessed glass façade emphasize the interplay between the verticality of the tower and the horizontal lines of balconies. At the uppermost levels, where full-floor penthouses and the crown amenity space are located, a split at each corner of the tower reveals folded glass elements. In sunlight, reflections along the corner glazing give the appearance of finely cut jewels set precisely within the tower architecture.