One Thousand Museum: Contemporary Art In 62 Stories
“The curvaceous structural exoskeleton design appears to grow out of the ground reaching towards the sky and fits perfectly as the centerpiece to the skyline overlooking Miami’s Museum Park,” says Louis Birdman, co-developer of residential skyscraper One Thousand Museum. While the Magic City is known for harboring diverse artistic movements and cutting-edge trends, a residential skyscraper that is a hybrid of art and architecture is a first for the on-the-pulse of creativity city Miamians call home.
Rising 62 stories, One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects is the innovative brainchild of the late dame Zaha Hadid, bolstering her international portfolio of world-class buildings with this 950,000-square-foot ultra-luxury tower. Hadid’s designs are trademarked for pushing the boundaries of innovation with sensuous forms and one-of-a-kind visions. Within Hadid’s final architectural foray, One Thousand Museum residents don’t have to reach for the sky for lux amenities: With an uber-amenitized penthouse, their hautest desires are one elevator ride away.
“Residents will enjoy spectacular amenities such as a well-appointed two-story fitness center and wellness spa overlooking the outdoor sun and swim deck at the top of the building podium on levels 8 and 9,” says Birdman. “The amenities also include a two-story penthouse amenity area on levels 60 and 61 that houses a private event space and lounge on level 60 as well as an indoor aquatic center on level 61, which holds an indoor infinity-edge lap pool overlooking the city.”