The late architect Zaha Hadid‘s former home has recently been sold for an impressive $5.75 million. It is located at 2201 Collins Avenue, right in Miami‘s South Beach, and has three bedrooms and four bathrooms. It was designed by Zaha Hadid herself, a Pritzker Prize-winner architect, who passed away in 2016.
This condo has a futuristic design and boasts amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean that leaves one completely stunned, plus an abundance of natural light, adding a special touch to the residence.
Zaha Hadid moved to the condo while designing One Thousand Musem, a 62-story tower that is still under construction on Biscayne Boulevard, in downtown Miami. It is was her first and final residential skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere. The Iraqi architect began designing One Thousand Museum back in 2013 and did not live to see her project’s final product as she sadly passed away two years ago. However, legends live through their projects and Zaha Hadid has left us several amazing buildings.
Take a look at her former apartment.
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Zaha Hadid Architects is responsible for many iconic buildings all over the world, such as Abu Dhabi Performing Arts Center, Al Wrakah Stadium, Beijing New Airport Terminal, Astana EXPO-2017 symbol building, Central Bank of Iraq, among many others.
Zaha Hadid has left us way too soon, but she certainly has left her legacy through her designs all over the world. Stay tuned for more!