One Thousand Museum
Roche Bobois has furnished the model unit designed by Yerickson Nagy in One Thousand Museum, downtown Miami’s most anticipated new residential property.
The luxurious tower, the last project designed by the late legendary Pritzker-prize winning architect Zaha Hadid, is one of the largest residential skyscrapers in Miami. Spanning 66 stories high, the building’s façade features an eye-catching, curvilinear exoskeleton which frames the interior’s views of the neighboring bay front park.
Yerickson Nagy & Roche Bobois
““My inspiration for the design of the four-bedroom unit was to create balance, harmony and function throughout.
Roche Bobois has the diversity for Miami’s market regarding its luxurious designs, quality materials and price range. The blue and green palette was drawn from the surrounding landscape, and of course, there was an influence in the way the exterior views are framed by the shapes of Zaha’s façade.”One Thousand Museum features 83 units and is equipped with exclusive amenities including full custom Gaggenau kitchens, a spa, a multimedia theater, private dining room, sky lounge and the only residential private helipad on the east coast.
Founded in Paris in 1960, Roche Bobois is a world leader in furniture design and distribution known for its innovative creations, high quality, European know-how, and French Art de Vivre. Each furniture piece is born from a close collaboration between the brand, international designers, and European artisanal workshops.