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One Thousand Museum As Seen From Above

One of the most beautiful buildings ever built in Miami has been photographed from above in a stunning new image.

Volare Realty captured the photograph from the 48th floor of the neighboring 900 Biscayne condo building, and posted it to social media.

The building’s unique concrete exoskeleton is visible in the picture (but also appears to block access to a construction elevator on the upper floors.)

This week marks the one year anniversary of architect Zaha Hadid’s death in Miami. Hadid, who designed the tower, only lived to see the first few floors being built.

 

photo from ten museum park (via louis birdman)

interior tour of a two-story half floor townhouse with double high floor to ceiling windows being offered for sale (via @ceiliah/instagram):

construction workers view:

 

Paradise City 😎💪

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High in the sky 😁😎🌴💪

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next to the art and science museums:

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IloveMiami
IloveMiami

I wish she was still with us. Who knows how many more beautiful structures she would have designed for Miami? She was fantastic. A real loss for us all.

Anonymous
Anonymous

shout out to the workers, i got vertigo just looking at the videos. Can’t imagine standing on that little platform with large pieces of formwork flying around.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The photos show what I thought all along. It’s a standard concrete slab building – with angled columns and a core.

The Dubai piece is nothing but fancy permanent formwork.

The marketers have certainly done a good job!

Anonymous
Anonymous

The building has one of the largest column free floor plans around, fact check homie… No room for haters.

Anon
Anon

I wonder what the marketers would say about your home, if you even have one…

Anonymous
Anonymous

To down play it clearly shows your lack of understanding of how innovative and important it is to the future of construction.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I disagree. Design-wise it is pleasant. However as far as methods are concerned this is not ground-breaking.

IloveMiami
IloveMiami

Most of us who will drive by it and smile do not care about construction or design methods. It will be beautiful to look at.

miami1
miami1

It has to have a core for elevators and such, what do you expect people to walk up 50 flights of stairs!!!???…moron!!!

City Commissioner
City Commissioner

You should read your comments before publishing.

Anonymous
Anonymous

So tell me, slick; how’s the hater-ade? Nice and bitter, I’m guessing.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I don’t want to be a hater, I just think while the design is nice, the building is way over-hyped.

Anon
Anon

Those who live in houses not designed by world-renowned architects should not throw stones.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Can you wait till the damn building is done first before you judge?

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