Koichi Takada Architects - Sydney

Three Asia Pacific Awards for East Village

When it comes to winning awards, there is no stopping for East Village! We are thrilled to announce that East Village has scooped another three awards, winning the Mixed-use Interior, Mixed-use Development, and Development Marketing categories of the Asia Pacific Property Awards.

Since its launch in 2014, East Village already has won seven awards and has been shortlisted for another six.

The official presentations of the Asia Pacific Property Awards will be hosted during the Asia Pacific Property Awards Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on the 7th and 8th April 2016. All category winners are eligible for entry into the… Read more

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Under Construction

With five of our major multi-residential projects now under construction, the next couple of years will see the reveal of some of our most exciting and sophisticated designs yet as they continue to take shape amongst the iconic skylines of Sydney and Melbourne.

By 2020, Koichi Takada Architects will have a total of 166,728 m2 complete, offering 1,928 beautifully designed apartments across some of Sydney and Melbourne’s most sought after residential addresses.


Skye by Crown Group
GFA: 37,553 m2
Storeys: 28
Apartments: 242

ARC by Crown Group
GFA: 17,300 m2
Storeys: 25
Apartments:… Read more

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East Village in the running for three awards

Since its launch in 2014, East Village has already won four awards and was short-listed for several more. It is now in the running for the 2016 Property Council of Australia / Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation & Excellence Awards. It has made it into the short-list of not only one, but three categories: Best Mixed Use Development, Best Shopping Centre Development, and Best Sustainable Development.

The national awards program, now in its 34th year, celebrates Australia’s property development and investment industries. This year’s awards program has been narrowed down to 136 finalists in 18 categories, drawn from all states and… Read more

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Habitus 30 x Icon

WHAT IS AN ICON? A place, a person, an object?
In this months edition of Habitus, Koichi Takada, along with twenty-nine other global creatives, nominate their favourite icon and share their thoughts on what makes it so, and the significant role it plays in our everyday lives.


Koichi Takada
Icon: Rem Koolhass
The Netherlands

I first met Rem Koolhaas back in 1995, during my study at AA school in London. I still keep a vivid memory, or perhaps the moment felt more like a shock to me. Koolhaas had made a big impact on… Read more

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