Zaha Hadid Architects
One Thousand Museum
Florida, United States
London, United Kingdom
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One Thousand Museum is a 62-storey residential tower opposite Museum Park in Miami. The top floors of the tower feature an aquatic centre, lounge and event space with views across Biscayne Bay. This popular 30-acre park was redeveloped in 2013 as one of downtown Miami’s primary public spaces and includes the city’s new art and science museums.
One Thousand Museum’s concrete exoskeleton structures its perimeter in a web of flowing lines that integrates lateral bracing with structural support, allowing the tower’s interior floor plates to be almost column free; the exoskeleton’s curvature creating slightly different plans on each floor. On the lower floors, terraces cantilever from the corners, while on the upper floors, the terraces are incorporated behind the structure.
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