News: developers have unveiled images of Zaha Hadid Architects' proposed 60-storey residential skyscraper in Miami, USA (+ slideshow).
Named One Thousand Museum, the building will be located on Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami.
The 215-metre-high tower will have a concrete "exoskeleton" structure.
"I really love Miami, but I don't think the architecture matches the city," Hadid told the Wall Street Journal earlier this year. "It's a bit too commercial."
"We wanted to avoid that generic, modernist typology," she added. "We were interested in the idea of the tall building, and how it lands on the ground, how the structure is manifested."
The interior images of the tower include items of furniture designed by Hadid.
Prices for the luxury apartments are expected to start at $4 million for a half-floor unit, rising to between $30 and $50 million for a duplex penthouse unit.
Zaha Hadid's Architects proposed a spiralling parking garage for Miami in 2011, following in the footsteps of Herzog & de Meuron's multi-storey car park in the city. More recently the firm won a competition to design a metro station in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – see all architecture by Zaha Hadid Architects.
Elsewhere in Miami, Dutch firm OMA and Danish firm BIG are going head-to-head for a project to completely overhaul Miami Beach Convention Center, location of the annual Design Miami trade fair – see all architecture in Miami.
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