Koichi is an architecture graduate who studied in London where he gained his Bachelors degree and Masters degree. He joined David Morley Architects in 2008 and has since worked on a variety of projects across the sports, education, housing and healthcare sectors including the award-winning KIMS Hospital.
Within the healthcare sector Koichi has been involved with projects at St. Bernard’s Hospital in West London, including a comprehensive masterplan for the site and a Medium Secure Unit. He has also been involved in a number of healthcare projects for the King’s Mill Hospital in Mansfield, including standalone departments, doctors’ surgeries and the School of Nursing for the Sherwood Forest Hospital NHS Trust.
Koichi has also worked on the new London campus for Loughborough University in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. He has been involved in a new science building at Reading School, student residences at the University of Kent and is currently working on the design of new boarding houses at Wycombe Abbey, the UK’s top girls’ boarding school.
Within the sports sector, Koichi has been part of the team behind the new award-winning outdoor swimming pool complex and a racquet centre for The Hurlingham Club, a private members club in London. He has also been involved with the Warwick University Sports and Leisure masterplan.