Late starchitect Zaha Hadid’s Miami masterpiece the subject of documentary

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Late starchitect Zaha Hadid’s skyscraper is on the rise in downtown Miami (One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects).

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The sure to be stunning 62-story building is being filmed this week for an upcoming documentary airing on both PBS and Discovery Channel entitled “Impossible Builds,” exploring five complex structures worldwide.

One Thousand Museum Co-Developer Louis Birdman being interviewed for an upcoming documentary that will air on @discoverychannel and @pbs titled “Impossible Builds.” Read more on @archdigest link in profile.

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There will be interviews with the people involved as well as footage of the structure being erected. 

The 62-story building was handpicked by Discovery for its amazingly intricate engineering of an exoskeleton exterior with pieces from Dubai.

The British-Iraqi architect died in March 2016 after a brief bout with pneumonia. She was 65.

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