Zaha Hadid's Private Miami Beach House Sold For $5.75 Million

Photos of Zaha Hadid's private residence in Miami Beach have been released after sold for $5.75 million by Sotheby's, a New York-based luxury real estate and home sale company. 

The recent images show that the private home was entirely furnished with Zaha Hadid's signature designs and architectural language with curvy lines, smooth transitions. 

Located in the W Hotel tower on Collins Avenue, the 236-square-metre house is comprised of 3 bedroom, 4 bath units that can open out to the Atlantic Ocean. 

The starchitect purchased this house in 2010 and it was Hadid's latest residence, where she used to live while working on the soon-to-be-completed One Thousand Museum Skyscraper in the same city.

"Welcome to Zaha Hadid’s masterpiece residence at the world-renowned W South Beach. This stunningly curvaceous southeast corner unit opens up directly to the Atlantic ocean and great light," Sotheby's described the project in its list. 

"Live in a one-of-a-kind sculptured residence personally designed by Zaha Hadid, a pioneering Pritzker winning architect known for her innovative and geometrically appealing designs."

"This residence also has the advantage of a connected guest suite through a lock-out door. Live in Art, live at the W South Beach in the center of it all with it all."

Hadid's private Miami Beach home was sold for $5.75 million by Angelica Garcia & Ivan Chorney of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty’s Sports and Entertainment Division. 

Entirely refurbished by Zaha Hadid herself, while floor-to-ceiling windows provide a mesmerizing view directly to the Atlantic Ocean,  they also allow a great amount of natural light to bathe the property. The house was marked by several design pieces of the architect, including Liquid Glacial tables, her lamp designs, and coffee table sets. 

All images © Jehovy with Zignavisual for ONE Sotheby's

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