Koichi Takada Architects - Sydney


New Website Lifts-off

Koichi Takada Architects’ new website leaves the launch pad today. Apart from the fact you’ll find it fresh, engaging, straightforward to navigate and responsive on all devices – what you also need to know about its launch is the most visible evidence that KTA has entered an important new phase in its history. The new chapter is one not only characterised by the evolution of the brand but an unfolding of a larger mission: to take its particular expertise and architectural vision to the world (exciting things now happening across the globe, but stay tuned for details in an upcoming newsletter).… Read more

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Sydney Studio Doubles in Size

2015 has been a massive year for Koichi Takada Architects and this is no better evidenced than the recent expansion of the Sydney studio by 100 per cent. Already happily headquartered in a high-ceilinged, light-drenched ex-warehouse in inner Sydney the firm has grown from around 20 professionals to a figure nudging 50 this year. To make this possible KTA has been fortunate enough to be able to re-imagine its facilities by taking down a wall and swallowing the newly vacant office next door – just as the firm’s focus has burgeoned to include a host of brand new international opportunities,… Read more

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Infinity and Beyond

Official Launch of Infinity by Crown Group

How a new building design caught a city’s imagination

We’ll probably never know the full story of why there was such an unparalleled interest in Koichi Takada Architects’ latest project in Sydney’s Green Square – Infinity by Crown Group.

It’s telling that “engagement” was the central objective of the concept all along, says Koichi Takada — nevertheless Koichi admits to being “completely overwhelmed” by the extraordinary response to his firm’s design. “So many people called and texted me after its launch.”

“Infinity is the culmination of the past six or seven years… Read more

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East Village Up for World Prize

Sydney’s East Village project, designed by Koichi Takada Architects has been shortlisted in the World Interiors News Awards 2015.

The building in Zetland, three kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, was opened in late 2014 and its design was inspired by some of the world’s great marketplaces, like New York’s Chelsea Markets and Barcelona’s Boqueria.

The building has a fresh food market, 50 shops, restaurants and cafes, a health club and medical centre.

The winners of the World Interiors News Awards will be announce on the 2nd of December 2015 at London’s Sky Garden.

East Village won the Development of the Year… Read more

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