“An unprecedented fusion of art, architecture, design, location, and luxury,” is how Zaha Hadid Architects describe its 62-story residential tower, One Thousand Museum, currently under construction in Miami. Symmetrix’s Composite Innovation Center in Nevada is creating the molds that Kreysler & Associates will use to construct FRP panels featured on the top floor of this fascinating architectural project.
The panels will become a wall that arches up and over the pool and event spaces located in the Aquatic Center at the top of the building. Not only does this wall curve from floor to ceiling; it has a water drop pattern that continues around all four sides of the building.
The direct-to-mold tooling is comprised of 65 unique parts. The tooling is optimized to deliver the high aesthetic requirements for the project as well as to meet their production schedule.
The curved wall is just one incredible detail in this ground-breaking project. Its overall construction is so challenging that the building is featured on the PBS series “Impossible Builds.” Construction of One Thousand Museum is scheduled for completion later this year.