World-renowned architect Zaha Hadid passed away in March 2016, but we're still able to witness her impact today. One example is , Hadid's only residential skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. Located in Miami, the luxury apartments inside the striking contemporary structure are priced between $6 million and $24 million. Here's a look at a selection of turnkey residences in the building.
is known for collaborating with leading design professionals and Zaha Hadid was no exception. Hadid once partnered with the company to design the , so it was no surprise that the architect turned to the furniture brand when it came time to outfit One Thousand Museum's common areas and this residence. This space draws inspiration from the building's exterior and showcases the beauty of an open floor plan. B&B Italia worked to define the spaces throughout the residence, whether it was by opting for a rug under the dining table or a sideboard positioned behind the sofa. But the best part? Every area offers a stunning view.
Artefacto, a Brazilian home furnishings brand, worked with architect and designer Debora Aguiar on this unique residence, including four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a powder room. The sophisticated space exudes an organic beach vibe and features everything from light hues to recycled wood accents and natural fibers.
For this four-bedroom unit, interior designer Yerickson Nagy of the French furniture brand aimed to create a sense of balance throughout the one-of-a-kind space. Along with neutrals, the blue and green palette brings the surrounding landscape to mind. And there's no denying the influence of the exterior views boasting shapes of Zaha’s façade.
looked to the ocean when settling on an aesthetic for two residences in the building. The first is an elegant space that's a testament to Hadid's impact on Miami’s skyline. A beautiful blend of organic and architectural shapes fill the space, and rich hues of blue, greens, and textured blacks add visual interest. Light woods and metals enhance the luxurious look.
A second Morada residence was designed around a “Tropical Future Lovers” theme and reflects Miami's diversity. Hadid's unique approach to architecture—she once said that it "must contribute to society’s progress and ultimately to our individual and collective wellbeing"—came into play here. The residence also showcases Hadid's appreciation for designs with curves. Plus, it's outfitted with innovative technology solutions, including wireless phone charing stations.