Born 1971 in Osaka, Japan. Following his graduation from Tokyo National University of Arts, Nagasaka founded "Studio Schema" (currently Schemata Architecture Office) in 1998. In 2007, the office relocated to Kamimeguro and a collaboration office called "happa" that shares a gallery and other facilities was established. Among his works are Sayama Flat (2008); House in Okusawa (2010); Aesop Aoyama/Ginza (2011); Papabubble store, Tokyo Daimaru (2012); Udukuri for Established and Sons (2012); Takeo Kikuchi store, Tokyo (2012); ColoRing at Rossana Orlandi (2013); 3.1 Philip Lim Pop-Up store (2013/2014); Shibari/Take-Kago for ICHIRO (2014); Design of the year 2014 London Design Museum; Wallpaper* Handmade in collaboration with Hancock (2014).