One Thousand Museum is a sky-high uptown apartment under construction in Miami, Florida, United States. The rooted infrastructure required drilling to record measurement of over 170 feet (52 m). The 62-story structure is expected to rise over 700 feet (210 m) started in 2015 and estimated completion in 2018, making it one of the lanky structure in Miami. The depths of two auger-cast piles broke a record for Miami-Dade County that had recently been set by the Porsche Design Tower in Sunny Isles Beach. The building, which is located at 1000 Biscayne Boulevard, across from Museum Park, was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid. The exotic design of the building features a curving exoskeleton partially obscuring the balconies that also serve structural purposes, allowing the interior space to have fewer columns. To meet the architect's designs of smoothness and finish, the columns were finished with glass fiber reinforced concrete permanent form works.
The effect of the design and height of wind stuff is part of the reason the base had to be surprisingly extending a long way back. The structure is reflected on ultra-luxury, containing about 83 large units priced at about double the cost per square foot of nearby condominium towers, with facility possibly counting a rooftop. runway early 2018, before the building was completed, an episode of PBS unexpected Builds describe the building, which they referred to as the "scorpion tower".
The aptitude will be a swimming pool at top of the building, to be covered by a curving, faceted metal ceiling that will reflect the water. The double-height space is engaged by the pool on one side and a seating area on the other – both with big expanses of shine that tender views across the city and ocean. Residents will also have a connection to a spa along with a sanitarium, beef room and a shower – a multimedia theatre and private dining room. Runway outlined for the ceiling is familiar to incline the prime for an independent urban skyscraper in Florida.
A rod for uptown will be covered by a comparable metallic umbrella design. additional full-figured forms in the task that are symbolic of Hadid's style include a bent roof above the gymnasium, which come out to be prepared from wood. Comprising 5,000 pieces of lightweight glass-fiber-reinforced concrete, the building's exterior formwork is a visible feature of many of the communal areas, covering the windows of the gym and sheltering the adjoining terrace.
Unspecified fact, One Thousand Museum is the third tallest construction in Miami. This luxury development has been tapped to appear in an upcoming documentary that will air on Discovery and PBS titled "Impossible Builds."