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Yuuki Kitada

Yuuki Kitada

Brooklyn, NY, US

 

About 

I am a designer and NY licensed architect lived in New York. I have been working as designer and architect for my own, Peter Marino Architect, KPF and Pei Cobb Freed and Partners in New York. At that time I have worked on high end residential projects, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Zegna, MoMA, US Air Force Memorial, Stanford University and others as principal and senior designer/architect.
My all experiences have given me the opportunities to see high quality architecture and interior design from conceptual design phase to construction completion as designer thorough principal.

 

Y U U K I    K I T A D A

 

Registered Architect: State of New York

202 W 9thSt. #3A Brooklyn NY 11231

646 226 3866, yuukikitada@gmail.com

 

 

PROFILE

 

Project Architect /Project Manager/Principal experienced in full-phase projects including client meeting, schematic design, code and zoning analysis, scheduling team members, monitoring budgets and contracts, supervising design development and construction documents, responsible for consultant coordination, bid analysis, construction administration, RFI responses and site visits.

 

EXPERIENCE

 

YUUKI KITADA ARCHITECT, New York    06/2012 – Present   http://www.yuukikitadaarchitect.com/

 

PRINCIPAL: Complete responsibility for initial client contact, fee and contract negotiation, preparation of construction budgets, presentations to owners, manpower allocation and project scheduling, design concept through design development, coordinating construction documents and construction administration for all projects.

 

Bath house: Connecticut

Lighting fixture product design and development: w/SGF

Consultation for Hotel resort, Museum and Landmark restoration

Custom furniture design

Apartment renovation: 101w 67th St. New York, 3,300 s/f

Apartment renovation: Brooklyn, New York, 1,100 s/f

Cooperate President Apartment Renovation, FF & E: 65th st. 5th Ave. New York, New York

Cooperate Vice President Apartment FF &E: Central Park East 5th Ave.  New York, New York

Cooperate Vice President Apartment FF &E: Harrison, New York

Cooperate office renovation: Metlife Building New York, New York

Nagai House: Tokyo, 2,800 s/f

Korin Showroom renovation: New York, 1,500 s/f

           

PETER MARINO ARCHITECT, New York   11/2002 – 06/2012   http://www.petermarinoarchitect.com

 

SENIOR PROJECT ARCHITECT/PROJECT DESIGNER: Assisted principal with feasibility and design studies, material developments, researching code issues, clients meeting; developing conceptual and schematic designs within program requirements, supervised design development, construction document production and construction administration, coordinated with consultants, over sea associate architect and contractors, made periodic site visits; mentored CAD staff.

 

Louis Vuitton Plaza 66: Shang Hai            

Louis Vuitton Marina Bay: Singapore

Louis Vuitton New Bond Street Expansion: London, England

Chanel Robertson: Los Angels, CA

Zegna Tokyo Shinjuku: Tokyo, Japan

Americana Manhasset: Manhasset, New York

Wallach residence (912 5th Ave.): New York, New York, 3,300 s/f  

Mossavar-Rahmani residence (960 5th Ave.): New York, New York, 5,500 s/f 

Chanel Osaka: Osaka, Japan

Four seasons Biltmore Santa Barbara coral casino: Santa Barbara, California

Ropers residence (4east 66th st.): New York, New York, 7,500 s/f  

Chanel Ginza: Tokyo, Japan

            

KOHN PEDERSEN FOX, New York   8/1999-10/2002   http://www.kpf.com/relaunch.htm

YOSHIO TANIGUCHI ARCHITECT, (executive design architect for MoMA), Tokyo   8/2000-12/2000

 

JOB CAPTAIN/PROJECT ARCHITECT: Researching code issues, responsible for design development, supervised construction document production, coordinated with consultants and over sea associate architect, Extensive experience in curtain wall details.

   

The museum of modern art (MoMA): New York, New York

745 Seventh avenue: New York, New York

 

PEI COBB FREED & PARTNERS, New York   11/1993-6/1999   http://www.pcfandp.com

 

JUNIOR ARCHITECT: Researching code issues; model study, schematic design, design development, construction document production, coordinated with consultants, Extensive experience in curtain wall details.

 

United States air force memorial and visitors center Arlington, Virginia

Stanford University-Science and engineering quadranglePalo Alto, California

Tour hines at La Defense Paris,

La Caixa Barcelona (Sant Cugat), Spain

Miho museum: Shigaraki Japan

            

HOLABIRD AND ROOT, Chicago   5-7/1992 Internship 

 

ISOZAKI ATELIER, Tokyo   7-8/1989 Internship

 

EDUCATION

 

Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago   Master of Architecture 1993

Meiji University, Tokyo   Bachelor of Engineering in Architecture 1991

 

SPECIAL SKILLS         

 

AUTOCAD 2014, Photoshop, Illustrator, Microsoft Office, Native Japanese speaker

Employment 

Jun 2012 - current
 

Peter Marino Architect, Senior architect

Nov 2002 - Jun 2012
 
Aug 1999 - Oct 2002
 
Nov 1993 - Jun 1999
 

Education 

Aug 1991 - Jun 1993
 

Meiji University, BArch, architecture

Apr 1987 - Mar 1991
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills