The legendary architect and creator, Zaha Hadid was perhaps best known for her distinctively neo-futuristics buildings and designs that featured powerful and curving forms. Recently, the architect’s former Miami Residence, which she herself designed, was sold for $5.75 million and now the Most Expensive Homes Blog will explore its magnificent interiors that are a part of the incredible legacy left by the Pritzker Prize-winning architect.
The three-bedroom, four-bathroom property is located at 2201 Collins Avenue in South Beach, Miami. The 2,541 sqft luxury real estate highlights a futuristic design, one of Zaha Hadid’s trademarks. The extremely talented architect used this beautiful residence while she designed the gargantuan One Thousand Museum, that is expected to open later this year.
Some of the most impressive features in regards to interiors is the dining room area’s curvaceous design full of innovative details, the balcony and living offer sweeping city and ocean views that will leave anyone flabbergasted.
The apartment was originally purchased by Hadid in 2010 as two separate units, for almost $4 million in total. The architect then combined them into a massive corner unit space. After her death, the condo was placed on the market for $10 million, then reduced to $6.5 million in November 2016. Now, the apartment was reportedly sold to New York and Boston-based tech executive Ray Bassiouni for $5.75 million.
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Source: Town and Country Magazine