Koichi Takada Architects

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Written by: Justin Fox

Japanese-born, Sydney-based Architect Koichi Takada does a great job of incorporating nature into his work. Walking into his “Cave Restaurant” (popular ‘Sushi Train’ franchise in Maroubra Junction Sydney) is like walking into the body of a whale, which suits the sushi theme quite nicely yes?

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Justin Fox
I like to create things. I’m into everything Cars, Bikes and Design. In the 80′s I was into skating, mountain biking, and metal. I’ve worked for myself for over a decade. I’m the founder of Australian INfront, JDM Style Tuning and



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