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26.08.2022
Trees that grow in the sky
Media
Trees that grow in the sky

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26.05.2022
Sustainability is a Marathon Not a Sprint

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19.04.2022
Studio
Mooloolaba Triathlon Fundraiser

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06.04.2022
The Local Project
Sustainability Spotlight - Architects and Developers

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31.03.2022
The Local Project
Sculptural Icon – Norfolk Burleigh Heads by Koichi Takada Architects

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A view of Norfolk, Burleigh Heads
13.03.2022
Koichi Takada Architects creates a residential building in Australia inspired by the pinecones of conifers
Design Tellers
Koichi Takada Architects creates a residential building in Australia inspired by the pinecones of conifers

Design Teller likens Norfolk to the greatest writings, those that take our breath away because of their conception in a suggestive place that inspired the final product.

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28.02.2022
The Local Project
Norfolk, Burleigh Heads, features in The Commercial Project - a new publication from The Local Project.

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18.02.2022
Architecture & Design
Glulam pergola adds the perfect finishing touch to new Brisbane luxury apartments

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17.02.2022
Parametric Architecture
Parametric Architecture interviews Koichi Takada for PA TALKS #48

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14.02.2022
Architecture & Design
The aggressively passive Norfolk pine trees

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03.02.2022
Retractable screens shelter seafront apartment block
Dezeen
Retractable screens shelter seafront apartment block

Retractable screens shelter seafront apartment block in Australia by Koichi Takada Architects.

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25.01.2022
Media
Urban Forest, set to be the greenest residential building

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13.01.2022
Australian Design Review
“Pushing architectural boundaries has become taboo” – Koichi Takada

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03.12.2021
A view of Norfolk, Burleigh Heads
Domain - Sydney Morning Herald
Architect ‘taken aback’ by reaction to Norfolk pine-inspired building

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03.12.2021
World Architecture
Residential Building In Australia Features Sculptural And Wavy Façade Inspired By Norfolk Pines

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01.12.2021
An arrangement of overlapping undulating slabs
Designboom
An arrangement of overlapping undulating slabs

As featured on Designboom, Koichi Takada builds 'Norfolk' as an arrangement of overlapping undulating slabs

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01.12.2021
ArchitectureAU
Koichi Takada’s ‘Urban Forest’ tower approved for Brisbane

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01.12.2021
Archdaily
Norfolk, Burleigh Heads Residential Building

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24.11.2021
The Australian
THE LIST Top 50 Rooms

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22.11.2021
Koichi Takada's think piece on plant-based architecture in Indesign Magazine #85.

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08.11.2021
Koichi Takada write "love letter" to organic architecture in first monograph
Australian Design Review
Koichi Takada write "love letter" to organic architecture in first monograph

Australian Design Review's Elisa Scarton writes a review on Koichi Takada Architects debut monograph, describing the beautifully illustrated volume as a love letter to organic architecture, humanistic values and holistic design and much more than an ode to Takada's work.

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08.11.2021
Elle Decor's 55 BEST COFFEE TABLE BOOKS TO BUY NOW

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08.11.2021
Solar Trees Marketplace, Shanghai: a floral cyborg

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06.10.2021
The Local Project
The Local Project features Bower Manly by Koichi Takada Architects

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09.09.2021
Architecture & Design
Takada’s debut monograph to be released next month

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29.08.2021
Solar Powered Tree Canopies Reimagines a Traditional Chinese Marketplace in Shanghai
My Modern Met
Solar Powered Tree Canopies Reimagines a Traditional Chinese Marketplace in Shanghai

Solar Trees Marketplace is a contemporary take on a traditional Chinese marketplace planned for Shanghai’s Minhang district.

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20.07.2021
INDESIGNLIVE
Koichi Takada on his philosophy of conscious architecture

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05.07.2021
Australian Design Review
Koichi Takada Architects blurs the boundaries between artificial and natural in Shanghai marketplace

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28.06.2021
l'ARCA Magazine
l'ARCA Magazine Features Sunflower House

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13.05.2021
Exceptional Alien
Koichi Takada: “I’ve learned to adapt and evolve — just like nature.”

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05.05.2021
32 Solar 'Trees' Form Shanghai Marketplace Designed by Koichi Takada Architects
Designboom
32 Solar 'Trees' Form Shanghai Marketplace Designed by Koichi Takada Architects

Koichi Takada Architects‘ design for a three-story marketplace in Shanghai is all about trees — both real and artificial — and forging a greener future for China.

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05.05.2021
Archdaily
Koichi Takada Architects Designs Biophilic Marketplace Inspired by Shanghai's Forests

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13.04.2021
Media
Asahi Shimbun Features Infinity 朝日新聞がインフィニティを掲載

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29.03.2021
Domain
The case for developing “carbon positive” apartments within Australia

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26.03.2021
The Fifth Estate
Koichi Takada on designing buildings that are alive

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18.02.2021
Architecture & Design Magazine Jan-Mar 2021 Issue Features Sunflower House
Media
Architecture & Design Magazine Jan-Mar 2021 Issue Features Sunflower House

Koichi Takada has a bold vision for the future of architecture, powered by the ancient wisdom of nature.

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11.02.2021
Talks
RIBA Gulf Chapter - Koichi Takada's NMOQ gift shop summary story

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08.02.2021
Awards
Koichi Takada wins New York’s coveted Architizer A+Firm Award

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02.02.2021
IFDM
Drawing inspiration from natural life

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24.01.2021
Media
Sunflower-Inspired House Moves Towards the Sun Just Like Plants Do

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07.01.2021
Sunflower House Is A Carbon Positive Concept Designed by Koichi Takada
Media
Sunflower House Is A Carbon Positive Concept Designed by Koichi Takada

‘Form follows nature’ says Koichi Takada about his vision for a carbon positive single-family dwelling designed for the Italian region of Umbria. Called ‘sunflower house’, the design is inspired by the distinctive yellow flower and the way it turns to face the sun. The project was commissioned by Bloomberg Green, who appointed Takada to imagine the dream home of Europe’s greener tomorrow.

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11.12.2020
Media
Koichi Takada Architects Imagine the Dream Home of Europe’s Green Future

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04.12.2020
Media
Koichi Takada Architects’ building Infinity in Sydney ‘Climatises’ architecture

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28.11.2020
Media
Koichi Takada Architects Completes Iceberg Inspired Mixed-Use Building in Sydney

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16.09.2020
Media
Koichi Takada unveils plant-covered Urban Forest housing high rise for Brisbane

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09.09.2020
Koichi Takada Unveils World’s Most Dense Vertical Gardens
Media
Koichi Takada Unveils World’s Most Dense Vertical Gardens

Urban Forest, a 30-story mixed-use residential high-rise is the latest development designed by Koichi Takada Architects.

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24.07.2020
Media
Death of Architecture

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15.07.2020
Media
Museum Shop in Qatar

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29.06.2020
Media
Koichi Takada Architects Reveals Latest Design for L.A.’s Skyline

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21.05.2020
People
Designers will be challenged to integrate to post-COVID-19 restrictions says Jessica Ball

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21.05.2020
Robb Interview: Architect Koichi Takada
People
Robb Interview: Architect Koichi Takada

"When I was in New York, my favourite part was going to Central Park. And the same in London – I craved breathing space. I discovered a feeling that I connected with when in Japan because nature is respected and there’s an effort to try and blend in [with nature] and find harmony." said Koichi Takada.

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05.11.2019
Media
Japanese heritage within an Australian environment: LANDMARK by Lexus

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08.09.2019
08.05.2019
National Museum of Qatar is one of the World’s Greatest Places 2019

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