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One Thousand Museum Zaha Hadid in Miami
Postado em 01/06/2016

 

Source: Archdaily
 
The One Thousand Museum, the skyscraper designed by Zaha Hadid in downtown Miami, released new images of its internal spaces - including collective areas - designed by the architect. The 62 floors tower, whose construction began in December 2014, will only have 83 residential apartments, divided between units of middle floor, an entire floor and two full floors.

The exterior of the building is marked by a curvilinear structural exoskeleton that releases the plants need for internal columns. Among the collective spaces of the building are the lobby, an aquatic center and a sky lounge on the 61st floor.
 
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