London photography studio Hufton + Crow has revealed new photographs of downtown Miami's One Thousand Museum tower by Zaha Hadid Architects.
The residential skyscraper, which completed last year, stands on Miami's Biscayne Bay. It is one of the last projects designed by British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, before she died in 2016 in the Florida city.
Nick Hufton and Al Crow, co-founders of Hufton + Crow, captured the 62-storey project from the waterfront, a nearby park, and at its busy street entrance, as well as taking interior shots.
The images show the skyscraper's meandering facade, which is made from 1,000 pieces of lightweight glass-fibre-reinforced concrete.
The reinforced-concrete elements frame numerous windows and terraces, while the building's bulbous base has perforated walls that conceal a parking garage.
"Reading from top to bottom as one continuous frame, columns at its base fan out as the tower rises to meet at the corners, forming a rigid tube highly resistant to Miami's demanding wind loads; its curved supports creating hurricane-resistant diagonal bracketing," said Zaha Hadid Architects.
The project, called One Thousand Museum, is 709 feet (216 metres) high and is flanked by other similarly tall buildings.
In total there are eighty-three residences within the condo tower. There are four townhouse-style properties, 70 half-floor apartments, eight duplex penthouses and one penthouse.
An upper level of the skyscraper contains an indoor swimming pool with a textured-white, arched ceiling that Hufton + Crow reveals.
A smaller outdoor pool and garden are built on top of the parking garage, and elevated above the lobby.
One Thousand Museum takes its name from Museum Park, which is located across the street on Biscayne Boulevard.
"The 30-acre (12-hectare) park was redeveloped in 2013 as one of downtown Miami’s primary public spaces and includes the city’s new art and science museums," Zaha Hadid Architects said.
Miami's Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) relocated to the park in 2013, and was designed by Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron.
Zaha Hadid unveiled the design for One Thousand Museum in 2013, and it draws similarities to Hadid's building 520 West 28th in New York City which also has curvilinear details.
Hufton + Crow has captured other projects by Zaha Hadid Architects including the honeycomb-like oil research centre in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Other architecture projects captured by the British photography studio are Bangkok's pixelated MahaNakhon tower by Ole Scheerer, a bridge in Italy by Richard Meier, and MAD's Huangshan Mountain Village near Taiping Lake in China.
Photography is by Hufton + Crow.