Yuuki Kitada, AIA is an architect, planner & designer in private practice in New York City. He began his career with the I. M. Pei company, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, where he worked on such major projects as the Miho Museum, Stanford University Science and Engineering Quad and US Air Force Memorial.  He was Project Architect for Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) on the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) expansion and the award-winning Barclay’s 745 Seventh Avenue office tower in mid-town Manhattan. He was Senior Architect for the iconic Peter Marino for such prestigious retail clients as Louis Vuitton in London, Singapore and Shanghai, and Chanel in Tokyo, Osaka, New York and Beverly Hills. With the Peter Marino firm he also did a number of Manhattan residential projects in the Central Park area.

Yuuki developed and refined his own approach, establishing his reputation for sophisticated architectural/interior spaces, where minimalist use of effective lighting and natural materials create tranquil, spacious and comfortable environments for his clients.

His design philosophy is collaborative, taking special care to achieve the highest quality results for his clients through on-going dialogue and relationship building.  He approaches each project as an opportunity to create a space where proportion, function, structure, detail, material, texture, scale and lighting achieve a balance between his client’s context and the surrounding environment. This process begins with the first conversation and continues through design and construction to give the client as smooth and enjoyable an experience as possible.

Yuuki Kitada was born in Nara, Japan’s first imperial capitol established in 710. Its ancient architecture and natural landscape inspired in Yuuki a continual dialogue between interior and exterior in his work. He studied architecture at Meiji University in Tokyo and came to the United States for graduate school at the prestigious Illinois Institute of Technology.  He brings a philosophy of deep respect for the beauty of Nature, natural materials and landscape, along with a subtle sense of irony and the unexpected, to his commercial, cultural, residential and retail architecture.  To these elements he adds an innovative international spirit to achieve design and construction projects of contemporary power and beauty.


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1991年 明治大学建築学科卒業後同年シカゴのイリノイ工科大学大学院へ留学。1993年 卒業後ニューヨークで就職活動。ポートフォリオが認められ ルーブル美術館ガラスのピラミッドで知られる著名建築家 I. M. Peiの事務所 Pei Cobb Freed &Partners 働き始める。Miho MuseumStanford UniversityUS Air force Memorial などのプロジェクトに参加。1999年 六本木ヒルズなどの設計で知られる Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates にて谷口吉生設計 ニューヨーク近代美術館 MoMA の大増築計画にアメリカ側協力事務所(KPF) 唯一の日本人としてプロジェクトに参加。その後2003年 高級ブランド店舗、ハイエンド住宅設計などで知られる Peter Marino Architect にて CHANEL、LOUIS VUITTON、セントラルパーク五番街アパートなどのプロジェクトをシニアアーキテクトとして担当。2012年独立後 ショールーム、オフィス、アパートなどのプロジェクトを手掛ける。




      YUUKI KITADA ARCHITECT PLLC, New York        http://www.yuukikitadaarchitect.com

       06/2012 - Present, Principal

            N House: Tokyo, Japan   2,800 sqft

            S Residence: Central Park West  New York, New York,   3,300 sqft

            K Residence: Brooklyn, New York,   1,100 sqft

            Corporate Residence: Central Park East  New York, New York   5,500 sqft

            The Volney, Co-op Apartment Lobby: Central Park East  New York, New York

            M Residence: Central Park East  New York, New York

            Corporate House: Harrison, New York

            M House: Harrison, New York

            MK Residence: Central Park West  New York, New York       

            Korin: New York, New York   1,500 sqft

            Moim: Brooklyn, New York

            Botani: New York, New York

            Colfax Mini Mall: Aurora Colorado

            Lan: New York, New York

            Mitsui USA: New York, New York



      PETER MARINO ARCHITECT, New York       http://www.petermarinoarchitect.com

       11/2002 – 06/2012, Senior Project Architect

           Louis Vuitton Plaza 66: Shang hay, China

           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

           W Residence: Central Park East  New York, New York  3,300 s/f

           M Residence: Central Park East  New York, New York  5,500 s/f

           Chanel Osaka: Osaka, Japan

           Four Seasons Biltmore Santa Barbara Coral Casino: Santa Barbara, California

           R Residence: Central Park East  New York, New York  7,500 s/f

           Chanel Ginza: Tokyo, Japan


      KOHN PEDERSEN FOX ASSOCIATES PC, New York       http://www.kpf.com

       8/1999 - 10/2002

            The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA): New York, New York               

            Barclay's 745 Seventh Avenue: New York, New York


      PEI COBB FREED & PARTNERS, New York    http://www.pcfandp.com


            United States Air Force Memorial and Visitors Center: Arlington, Virginia

            Stanford University - Science and Engineering Quadrangle: Palo Alto, California

            La Caixa: Barcelona (Sant Cugat), Spain

            Tour Hines at La Defense (PB-6) : Paris, France


       HOLABIRD AND ROOT, Chicago   http://holabird.com

       5-7/1992    Internship 


       ISOZAKI ATELIER, Tokyo   http://www.isozaki.co.jp

       7-8/1989    Internship