We care deeply about our planet and strive to leave it in a better state than we found it. Urban Forest is an example of our commitment to the future city and planet.→ See more
Architecture will never stop evolving. Urban Forest is an evolution of mass greening – in a sense, it is mass greening v2.0→ See more
Sunflower House is a Carbon Positive dwelling and our vision for a future living→ See more
A crafted and cultural experience that preserves tradition and tells the story of Qatar.→ See more
The healthiest place to live in downtown LA.→ See more
Arc brings a future heritage to Sydney’s urban fabric, preserving the characters of neighbouring historic buildings→ See more
We believe a greater empathy with nature will improve our inner-urban lives so our architecture exists in harmony with the planet and the people who live and work on it.
Drawing inspiration from the environment, the practice strives for purity and organic forms. Tall buildings can touch the earth lightly and humble homes can be powerful vessels for positive change. Koichi Takada Architects is global in reach but local in sensibility. Our emotive spaces are sensitive to their surrounds and reflect the human spirit through elegant and thoughtful designs. They are born of a deep empathy and curiosity that is integral to all we do, and pushes our practice forward every day.
Form follows nature. A kinetic architecture for living. We are one with people and the planet. We are one with the world.
Koichi Takada Architects recently completed a mixed-use residential building in Sydney, Australia, with a design that lets the structure breathe due to its unique architectural loop feature, along with a void in its sun-facing façade.
Koichi Takada Architects has been named Best Overall Winner at New York’s inaugural Architizer A+Firm Awards 2021 in the Medium Firm category.
Urban Forest, a 30-story mixed-use residential high-rise is the latest development designed by Koichi Takada Architects.
“Post Covid-19, we are more conscious of living healthier and we believe integrating nature is the key. By observing nature, there is a lot we can learn. Our purpose is to create nature-inspired architecture for a better and more sustainable world. We turn to nature for inspiration to improve the human quality of life in our cities and for the future generations.”