After 1,055 days of construction, Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum has passed the 600-foot level.
According to a social media posting last week by ODP Architects, the tower had reached 603 feet and 4 inches. The FAA has approved the tower to be built up to a height of 706 feet above ground.
The developer also recently released Zaha Hadid’s computer drawings, showing the initial steps in her designing the property.
According to the developer, the exoskeleton of the 62-story tower “takes inspiration by the dynamic movement of Miami.” Serving as the outer shell of permanent formwork, close to 5,000 pieces sourced from glass fiber reinforced concrete were imported from Dubai, and being installed onsite as the project’s structural facade.