New drone footage shows nearly completed One Thousand Museum tower by Zaha Hadid Architects
The videos reveal the 210m-high tower's curved structural exoskeleton, which consists of 5,000 pieces of glass fibre reinforced concrete, while the images provide a first glimpse into the project's interior spaces.
The tower features a range of residential units, including half-floor and full-floor residences, duplex town homes, and a single duplex penthouse.
Using 5,000 pieces shipped from Dubai, the tower is the first in the United States to use glass-fibre-reinforced concrete as a permanent formwork.
The One Thousand Museum was Zaha Hadid's first residential tower in the Western Hemisphere, and one of the final projects designed by the late architect.