One Thousand Museum
In collaboration with interior designer Yerickson Nagy, Roche Bobois designed a showroom apartment in one of Miami’s largest residential skyscrapers, the One Thousand Museum.
This 215-meter (705 ft) high tower sports an atypical façade inspired by nature and organic forms. It is one of the last projects from Zaha Hadid, one of the most prestigious architects of the 21st century.
The 450 to 900 m² (4843 to 9687 ft²) apartments are divided among the fifty-nine level building. With the aquatic center and sky lounge on the 60th and 61st floors, it is the third tallest building in Miami. The One Thousand Museum is also the first residential skyscraper in Miami to include a helipad.
The apartments design is distinguishable by a curved silhouette and open interior, with hardly any columns in sight. The layout of this 4 bedroom showroom apartment is customised with emblematic pieces from Roche Bobois, including the Scenario sofa, the Zephyrus buffet, the Furtif desk, the Cherche Midi and Courchevel beds, the Aqua dining table, and Mariposa pendant lights. The apartment features two large terraces furnished with the Traveler collection.