One Thousand Museum was Zaha Hadid’s gift to the city of Miami. A world-renowned British Iraqi architect, Hadid created countless remarkable projects, and One Thousand Museum is undoubtedly one of them.
Over 700 feet tall, it was her first residential tower in the Western Hemisphere and one of the last projects she designed before her death. The masterpiece features a futuristic design while remaining timeless with its organic and poetic qualities. The building lives on in her legacy and stands tall in one of Miami’s most important neighborhoods. One Thousand Museum features top-tier amenities including Miami’s first helipad offering unrivaled convenience to its demanding residents.
The pandemic has spurred people across the United States to relocate to Florida to escape stricter lockdown regulations from other states. Many of the world’s most successful, well-known individuals flocked to One Thousand Museum to live in the beautifully designed, exotic luxury building. The Florida real estate market is currently red-hot, inspiring more interest in the One Thousand Museum project than ever before.
To help showcase the magnificence of this impressive building and share it with the influx of new Miami residents, Argentine director Luis Corchon filmed and produced a real estate video walkthrough of one of the building’s most impressive Penthouse models.
The video highlights the building’s many remarkable features, from sprawling windows that fill the space with natural light to wide open spaces and minimalist design elements that make the building truly timeless. The video shows the panoramic view of the bay visible from its balconies, providing a bird’s eye view with the help of vibrant drone shots.
A skyscraper of this magnitude needed a true artist to capture its features and enhance its beauty, and Luis Corchon rose to the challenge. This video showcases Hadid’s masterpiece, treating One Thousand Museum with the reverence it deserves.