Three members of Koichi Takada Architects teamed up to participate in the Mooloolaba Triathlon last month. Fundraising $3,725 for The Red Cross Flood Appeal, they achieved results to be proud of.
Upper Houses' sculptural ribbons are realised using Siberian Larch glulam timber from Theca Timber.
Koichi discusses the need to remain creative and human, reflecting on a time when "we used to have an element in which we, as architects and designers, would challenge and push the boundaries."
Archdaily shares Koichi Takada Architects latest mixed-use project - Norfolk, a sculptural and sympathetic addition to its coastal location in Burleigh Heads (Queensland, Australia).
A woodland of man-made and native trees has sprung up in Shanghai, named Solar Trees Marketplace, designed by Koichi Takada Architects. It even generates its own solar power.
Koichi Takada Architects has been named Best Overall Winner at New York’s inaugural Architizer A+Firm Awards 2021 in the Medium Firm category.
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The National Museum of Qatar Gift Shops has been published on mensch + architecktur/issue 103/104.