Global Architectural Design Group
Global Design Department
Yoshiyuki Uchiyama joined Nikken Sekkei in 2015, and brought global experience to our firm. Lived in 6 cities and 5 countries over the world for various projects. He started his experience in London for Richard Rogers Partnership (now known as RSH-P) in 1990. He returned to Tokyo and worked for the office of Atsushi Kitagawara Architects. His works include award-winning convention complex building called "Big Palette Fukushima". In 2000, he went back to London again for Rogers. Involved for several projects in Europe including Antwerp Law Courts and New Welsh Assembly in Cardiff. In 2005, he moved to Taiwan and South Korea for Asian projects. In 2009, Yoshiyuki Uchiyama moved to Zaha Hadid Architects. He led design team for Galaxy SOHO project in Beijing. Followed by Sky SOHO in Shanghai. Then he moved to Tokyo in 2013 to work on the New National Stadium, collaborating with Nikken Sekkei for two and half years. Soon after he joined Nikken Sekkei, he participated in the New Camp Nou competition team.