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April – June 2019 issue


“The National Museum of Qatar will be the next ‘Bilbao Effect’ and Jean Nouvel’s masterful design is a seeker of architectural magic. The museums desert rose inspired space is a mirage within which visitors will lose a sense of time wandering between the past and future. The National Museum of Qatar will give a voice to Qatar’s cultural heritage whilst celebrating its future identity.” —- Koichi Takada

Koichi Takada Architects’ scope for the National Museum of Qatar in Doha is nearing completion after 8 years in the making, after winning an international… Read more

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The architects behind the interior of Qatar’s new National Museum

CEO Magazine

6 June 2019

by Oliver Featherston


The CEO Magazine spoke to Koichi Takada, who was behind the interior design of the National Museum of Qatar, part of the Gulf state’s efforts to revolutionise its cultural landscape.

In March of this year, a 1.5-million-square-foot area in Doha was finally opened to the public. Surrounding the renovated palace of Sheikh Abdullah bin Jassim Al Thani, The National Museum of Qatar is a new addition to the identity of the little Gulf monarchy.


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Aria Signals Confidence in Apartment Market with 20-Storey Tower

The Urban Developer

27 May 2019


Bullish Brisbane developer Aria Property Group has lodged its second residential development application within a month, in a sign of confidence for the Brisbane apartment market.
Aria has lodged a proposal for an ambitious 128-apartment mixed-use tower at 66 Hope Street with the Brisbane City Council.

The developer has tapped architecture firm Koichi Takada to design the tower, which is located on the doorstep of Brisbane’s cultural and performing arts precinct. In a tentative lending market, the developer has tailored the offering to owner-occupiers, with three- and four-bedroom apartments, an open-air rooftop and “more than ten… Read more

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The vital thing you must remember is whether the video activity you wish to have is worth it delete word. Quite a few people, who have should… Read more

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Monocle Issue 123

May 2019


Our new design world. We unpack the best projects and plans for creating the perfect residence.

Are you sitting comfortably?

It’s time for Monocle’s annual property survey, where we start with five distinguished developments.

Welcome to our annual property survey, where we whizz around the globe to show you the best recent developments and have a look at the cities getting it right. Below you can join us on a whistlestop tour of impressive new buildings, ranging from a reimagined former bank to a leafy Vietnamese residence.

We then take stock of the housing… Read more

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Koichi Takada to speak at DesignBUILD 2019

Green Magazine

14 May 2019


Internationally recognised architect Koichi Takada will explore his philosophy of merging architecture with nature as part of the DesignBUILD speaker series on Thursday 16 May at 3 pm.

Takada’s growing practice is also gaining an international reputation and is about to change the skylines of Tokyo, Los Angeles and Mexico City. The studio is currently working on six interiors for the National Museum of Qatar, under construction in Doha.

Originally from Japan, architect Koichi Takada asserts that the past and its traditions are vital when looking at the design of our future buildings.

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Plans for a $1bn Waterfront City in Jakarta

The Urban Developer
13th May 2019

Sydney-based developer Crown Group has unveiled its latest residential project, a $1 billion mixed-use waterfront resort which will feature a marina, beach club and dining precinct.

The 9,000sq m development, located at the popular seaside destination Ancol in north Jakarta, will comprise 2,000 apartments across a series of towers, with a luxury waterfront living concept designed by Sydney-based architect Koichi Takada.

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Koichi Takada Architects Creates Cave-Like Interior For Museum Shops Inside National Museum Of Qatar

World Architecture Community

9th May 2019


Curvaceous timber walls form the whole interior of two museum shops inside Jean Nouvel’s National Museum of Qatar in Doha, which opened in March. Presenting a cave-like interior, the shelves are naturally being part of the timber walls that present smooth and fluid surfaces for visitors.

Designed by Australian architecture firm Koichi Takada Architects, the architects created this sinuous interior to show ” a poetic” narrative of the Qatari history. “The designs are an embodiment of the Qatari history, the beginnings of the trade, nomadic lifestyle and beautiful natural environment,” said the architects.


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