Bachelor of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University Master of Landscape Architecture, Harvard University Master of Urban Planning, Harvard University
Takako Tajima is an architect and landscape architect based in Southern California. Takako’s work spans the gamut of her educational background and investigates design at many scales.
At USC, Takako leads graduate level design studios, teaches a required undergraduate course in the GeoDesign program, and has co-coordinated the Asian Architecture and Landscape Urbanism study abroad program.
Takako is a recipient of The Architecture League Prize from The Architecture League New York and the Global Gold Prize from the LaFargeHolcim Foundation. Her work has received recognition from the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Environmental Design Research Association, INDEX: Design to Improve Life, and The LA Forum for Architecture and Urban Design.