Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid's One Thousand Museum is so revolutionary in its design that it is already being recognized as the central icon of the Miami skyline. The Scorpion Tower, as it’s sometimes called, merges awe-inspiring artistry with groundbreaking architecture, extraordinary location with exclusive amenities, and daring design with spectacular sensuality to create a new paradigm of ultra-luxury living. Named for its location overlooking Museum Park, the stunning 1000 Museum development utilizes advanced creative ingenuity to rise audaciously above the Miami skyline and bridge the future into the present. One Thousand Museum Miami has already attracted the attention of residents from around the globe who are seeking the next level of luxury accommodations that the building provides.
One Thousand Museum is a masterpiece of geometry that unites the most imaginative elements of art and architecture into a building that defies the limits of development. Curving columns of pure concrete run from the inside out and up to the 15th floor. Here, 4,800 groundbreaking glass fiber-reinforced concrete panels add their support to create a breakthrough design that pushes the boundaries of possibility. No high-rise has ever before utilized this unique method of engineering, and Ms. Hadid's visionary ideas have inspired her team of experts to perfect her final work in order to honor her extraordinary life as a leader among architectural giants. One Thousand Museum, the iconic Scorpion Tower, stands as a monument to her legacy and lasting impact on the world of architecture
Rising 62-floors over the Miami skyline, the tower's signature framework imitates the outer shell of one of the world's most resilient creatures, garnering it the moniker 'The Scorpion in the Sky' or 'Scorpion Tower'. The curvaceous design is reflected in its 83 super-luxury living spaces. The building's contours ensure that no two residences are exactly alike, and each sweeping balcony offers unobstructed views of the spectacular Downtown Miami skyline and the Atlantic Ocean.
Since breaking ground in 2014, One Thousand Museum has fascinated even the most seasoned luxury developers and investors. The innovative perfection of the design that was featured on PBS' Impossible Builds has been matched by the groundbreaking features and next-level amenities that are found inside this limited collection of ultra-luxury residences. Mansion Global, Forbes, and the Financial Times have each put One Thousand Museum on their watch list, in part because of Zaha Hadid's limited signature in the northern hemisphere. One Thousand Museum floor plans are all unique, and each unit has slightly different structural elements that ensure buyers are truly getting a one-of-a-kind investment.
The selection process for these exclusive homes has been likened to choosing a piece of art, and they are garnering quality comparisons with One Hyde Park in London and 15 Central Park West in New York. Two key attributes stand out among the A-list attributes: the tower features the only residential helipad on the East Coast, and its Downtown Miami location means buyers will benefit from the $10 billion of investments in nearby high-end retail, hospitality, and entertainment developments that are set to transform the community.
The museum-quality residences at One Thousand Museum offer 83 super-luxury condominiums that include 70 half-floor residences, 8 full-floor penthouses, 4 duplex townhomes, and a single duplex penthouse. These extraordinary homes range in size from 4,600 to over 10,000 square feet, some of the largest luxury apartments in Miami. The phenomenal investment opportunity has attracted both international and U.S. buyers interested in primary home ownership and pied-à-Terre properties. Thanks in part to its futuristic design, the One Thousand Museum Tower will be an investment commodity for decades to come.
The finest German, Italian, American, and Middle Eastern designers and manufacturers all unite at One Thousand Museum to create unparalleled excellence. Each residence offers owners their preference of finishes for the custom-designed Italian cabinetry, alongside a selection of the finest quartz countertops. These private residences also feature destination-entry smart technology, allowing access from the lobby via secure, high-speed elevators.
"It's really about well-being. You have to feel good." - Zaha Hadid
The fresh and futuristic design of One Thousand Museum creates a new sense of possibilities. Stark black and white interiors are contrasted with subdued wood accents to provide feelings of innovation and warmth. Artistic grace abounds: jeweled-glass architecture captures the sun to create magical prisms of light, while spacious elevators feature ocean-inspired wall mounts so vibrant in color they are like having a glass window to the serene aquatic world that sits right outside the doors.
No detail has been spared in this premier building. Residents enter a community where state-of-the-art privacy and luxurious comfort are of the utmost priority. The rooftop helipad provides Miami's most convenient travel method between nearby airports, private residences and yachts, and island getaways. Six-star porte cochère service greets each homeowner, with 3 to 4 private parking spots provided to every resident. Wellness, recreational, social, and luxury spa services span four levels of the building and are integrated into the contemporary art of One Thousand Museum's extraordinary design.
One Thousand Museum sits in the heart of downtown Miami with breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay's cobalt blue waters. It is within walking distance of the crème de la crème of cultural and recreational sites, including the upcoming 28-acre World Center and the newly redesigned Museum Park that sits across the street. The Frost Museum of Science, Perez Art Museum, Bayside Marketplace, American Airlines Arena, Bayfront Park Amphitheater and the Downtown Miami Shopping District centered around historic Flagler Street also reside in the neighborhood. The glittering Brickell financial district and exclusive shops of the Design District are just minutes away, as are Miami International Airport and South Beach, a mecca for social, artistic, and outdoor entertainment. 1000 Museum Miami is at the heart of the best the city has to offer.
Dame Zaha Hadid founded the London-based Zaha Hadid Architects in 1979 and is the first woman to ever win the highly coveted Pritzker Architecture Prize. She is known for her daring designs that pushed boundaries to create new engineering possibilities. With her mathematical background, innovative genius, and formidable character, she defied limits to design masterpieces such as The London Aquatics Center, the Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center, and the Guangzhou Opera House.
Ms. Hadid taught architecture at some of the world's leading universities, including Yale, Harvard, and the University of Chicago. Her creative genius led her to design production sets, building interiors, high-end furniture, and Superyachts. In 2013 she joined the development teams of 1000 Biscayne Tower & The Regalia Group to launch 1000 Museum, the first high-rise building ever engineered with glass-fiber reinforced panels. The building's stunning curvatures and signature framework stand against the Miami Skyline as a testament to her limitless nature.
"I believe in the idea of the future." - Zaha Hadid (1950-2016)
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