ONE THOUSAND MUSEUM

BY ZAHA HADID

Concept Report

Introduction

Area Plan

395

ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

SEWAY MAC ARTHUR CAU

395
MIAMI ART MUSEUM MIAMI SCIENCE MUSEUM
MARQUIS

BISCAYNE BAY
10 MUSEUM

TOWER SITE

BISCAYNE BLVD

NE 10TH ST
900 BISCAYNE

BICENTENNIAL PARK

NE 9TH ST
MARINA BLUE

NE 8TH ST
AA ARENA

N

PORT BLVD

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Concept Report

Introduction

Biscayne Wall

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Biscayne Wall

Introduction

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Concept Report

Introduction

Area Analysis

Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts

Station 395 Miami Science Center

Miami Art Museum

Station Bicentennial Park Views West Views of the Bay and Ocean Biscayne Bay
Metromover

Station

d Biscayne Blv

12:00 am

American Airlines Arena

Station

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Area Development

Introduction

Concept Report

Miami Science Museum

Miami Art Museum

2. Leverage our beautiful and iconic tropical waterfront

2.1 Redevelop Bicentennial Park into a Major International waterfront Park and Museum Complex
Miami World City Bicentennial Park Redevelopment

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Bamboo Garden / Jardín de Bambú

Rain Curtains / Cortinas de Lluvia


View from the West

View from the South

Millennium Park, Chicago

EDAW

Museum Park Miami
Museum Park Miami
City of Miami

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Museum Park Miami Site Plan

Public Gardens and The Island
Cooper, Robertson & Partners Civitas, Inc. Spillis Candela DMJM David Plummer & Associates Cooper, Robertson & Partners Coastal Systems International Civitas, Inc. Savino & Miller Design Studio Spillis Candela DMJM Hamilton, Rabinovitz & Alschuler David Plummer Construction Management Services & Associates
CRP: 04033 June , 2006 Savino &17 Miller

City of Miami

Coastal Systems International Design Studio

Proposed Renderings

Introduction

Concept Report

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View from Biscayne Bay

Design Statement

Concept Report

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Concept Report

Introduction

View from West

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Introduction

Elevation

Concept Report

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Concept Report

Introduction

Site Plan

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Station

Public Drop Off

Retail Entrance Loading drop off Vhicle Exit Lobby Entrance Vehicle Route Loading Route

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Site Rendering

Introduction

Concept Report

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Introduction

Principles

Concept Report

Tower

Exoskeleton

Glass Facade

Balconies
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Concept Report

Introduction

Tower Features

Penthouse

Helipad

Half Floor Units

Single Floor Units

Townhouse

Amenity Deck

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Entry / Lobby

Retail/Parking

Concept Report
Ground Floor, Entrance and Drop-off Lobby A double height space exists at the ground floor providing prime leasable area, a dramatic corner cutaway, and a distinct drop off entrance. The corner cutaway is a beacon attracting the attention of pedestrian and vehicular traffic at ground level. This multi-height cut-away is a feature entrance that will attract high-end retail or restaurant tenants, as well as, becoming a memorable destination point for the Clientele. The drop off entrance is carved from the podium volume to announce the arrival point to the tower. The lobby is a nearly continuous, fluid form connecting what is interior to the exterior drop-off lanes. Material consistency inside and out will also unite the spaces. A restrained material palette and colour scheme is envisaged where colour is used sparingly against a neutral background to accent areas or items of interest. Integrated and concealed lighting will be used throughout to illuminate surfaces and to accentuate the form. One senses the strength of the tower structure through the lobby ceiling where carved recesses and swirls of light accentuate the structure as it penetrates the space.

Podium

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Podium Features

Podium

Concept Report

Retail

Amenity Deck / Pool

Drop-Off

Entry / Lobby

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Concept Report

Podium

Ground Floor

Residential Vehicular Access Residential Pedestrian Access Service Access Public Commercial Access Fire Escape

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Concept Report

Podium

Mezzanine Floor

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Ground Floor Images

Podium

Concept Report

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Concept Report
The podium amenity deck is the natural separation between podium functions and the residential tower component. One enters the amenity deck from the lift lobby and is immediately immersed in the surrounding and very sculptural architecture – as if moving through a large piece of art. Fitness and spa areas are associated with the amenity deck so that recreation, rigorous physical exercise and relaxation are all on offer here. Pools, water features and landscaping create an environment unlike any other experienced in a luxury condominium tower. The podium is conceived as a sculptural extension of the tower with the amenity deck design complementing the geometric logic of the exoskeleton. The tower exoskeleton pushes into the podium deck to create pools of water resulting in a rich spatial variety. Similar to erosions, pools vary in depth and are at times shallow water features within the composition of the landscape. The pool, landscape and water feature configuration also helps to zone the deck into areas for sun bathing, outdoor grilling and outdoor exercise.

Podium

Podium Amenity Deck

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Podium Amenity Deck Images

Podium

Concept Report

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Concept Report

Podium

Amenity Level

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Concept Report

Podium

Amenity Mezzanine

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Amenity Level Image

Podium

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Tower

Townhouse Balcony Rendering

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Tower

3d View of Balcony

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3d View of Balcony

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Concept Report
The exclusive top of tower amenity zone benefits from some of the best views Miami has to offer. It combines aquatic activity, outdoor lounge with sunbathing, and events space into a multi-height, split level area.

Top of Tower

The lower level incorporates the lap pool, pool deck, sun deck, work out facilities and lounge areas. Event space, pre-function rooms and private dining sit on the upper amenity level. The event space has double height views over the pool to one side and views of the bay to the other. Above the top of tower amenity levels a volume appears to be suspended within the exoskeleton which conceals the Mechanical equipment. Clad below in metal panel and screened above with a silver mesh, it is a signature feature when viewed from below, as well as above. A helipad rests on top of the volume where residents can arrive in the utmost luxury to OTM and then proceed to the ultimate arrivals / departures lounge. Waiting Friends and relatives enjoy top of tower views through a glass window in the parapet looking to the East.

3d view of Helipad
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Top of Tower

Concept Report

3d View of Top of Tower

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Concept Report

Top of Tower

Amenity Level - Level 60

Lower Tower Amenity Plan

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Concept Report

Top of Tower

Amenity Upper Level

Upper Tower Amenity Plan

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Concept Report

Tower

All Levels

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Tower

All Levels

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Concept Report

Tower

All Levels

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Tower

All Levels

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Tower

Elevations

South Elevation
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East Elevation

North Elevation

West Elevation

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All Structural Elements

Technical Diagrams

Structural Elements

Slabs

Exoskeleton

Core & Shear Walls

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Top of Tower

Page Title

Concept Report

Mood Images
Tower Amenity Residential Lobby Podium Amenity Exterior Podium Amenity Interior

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Concept Report

Mood Images

Tower Amenity

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Residential Lobby

Mood Images

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Concept Report

Mood Images

Exterior Podium Amenity

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Interior Podium Amenity

Mood Images

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Concept Report
The contrast between the solid, massive exoskeleton structure and the crystalline glazing system beyond is one of the defining characteristics of the tower. A similar design approach to the tower and podium helps to unify the design so that it appears as one coherent architectural vision. Podium The Podium façade is largely solid, both to express a solid volume that has been carved into and to conceal the car park beyond. Although the façade appears solid, perforated panels are used to allow for the necessary ventilation. GRC cladding is perforated with a gradient pattern at the asymmetrical podium extensions, while perforated metal panels are used to infill the areas of the podium exoskeleton. Metal panels are used here positioned with a slight horizontal kink to match the façade glazing of the tower. This helps to ensure visual continuity between tower and podium. Tower The structure is integral to the unique expression of One Thousand Museum, appearing as a continuous piece of sculpture from podium base to the top of tower. This continuity also occurs inside and out. GRC casings enclose and form the concrete exoskeleton structure, so that external cladding and internal finish are achieved simultaneously with the same material. The contrast in materials between the matte, cementitious expressed structure and the smooth, reflective glass façade gives the impression of a crystal behind a structural, sculptural framework enclosure. Resembling a sun bleached artefact, the exoskeleton wraps itself around the crystalline glazing system. The interplay of form, reflection and shadow characterize the appearance of the tower. The tower’s powerful form outlined by the exoskeleton contains a rhythm of deep recesses for balcony placement. Reflections on the facets of glass contrast the shadows cast across the balconies. The continuously changing reflections and shadows animate the tower throughout the day. The Glass system pushes and pulls about the structure like a dynamic crystal within the exoskeleton frame, providing balconies where the deep recesses occur. Balcony rails are angled slightly to heighten the dynamic of the façade with animated light reflections. This slight angle also establishes a horizontal crease in the façade when it clads the tower up to the slab edge. Horizontal ripples appear to cascade down the entire North and South facades while vertical folds occur on the East and West facades at the balcony recesses. Nearing the top of the tower, the exoskeleton splays at the corners. Within the split, a horizontally folded glazing system reflects the sky and is a key feature of the full floor condominiums.

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