Dip. Architect (Universidad de Buenos Aires)
Takayuki studied architecture at FADU, Universidad de Buenos Aires. He joined Eric Parry Architects in 2014.
Currently he is leading on the Fleet Street Estate Project for the City of London Corporation. Recently he worked on The Goodsyard Plot 2 in Bishopsgate in London and a competition scheme for a tower and the redevelopment of a conservation area in Shanghai. He also completed the new headquarters for Cambridge Assessment in Cambridge, which won the 2018 RIBA East Award and 2019 Cambridge Design and Construction Award.
After finishing his studies in 1992 Takayuki he worked for renowned practices in Buenos Aires, Madrid and Barcelona. Between 2001 and 2006 he worked at David Chipperfield Architects as Project Architect on the New City of Justice scheme in Barcelona (2010 RIBA EU Award) and the New BBC Scotland at Pacific Quay in Glasgow (2008 RIBA National Award), among other projects. After that he worked with KPF (Kohn Pedersen Fox) as the Design Lead for the Le Varesine landmark office tower and mixed-use project in Porta Nuova in Milan, and at Hamiltons Architects (now FL) as the Associate Architect on the Greengate Embankment project in Manchester and Marcol House W1 (also known as 33 Margaret Street) in London.
From 2008 to 2013 he established his own practice - MTMN arquitectos - in Buenos Aires with partner Malca Mizrahi and completed several projects in Argentina, among them a 3000 sq m retail complex in the resort city of Carilo, south of Buenos Aires province.
Takayuki has taught at the Universidad de Buenos Aires, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (in Buenos Aires too) and the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain and has also been a visiting critic at the Architectural Association, The Bartlett School of Architecture in London and the Oxford Brookes School of Architecture. Takayuki is a registered architect in Argentina.