xLAB Program

Studio Instructor Kaz Yoneda Architect

スタジオ講師 カズ・ヨネダ 建築家

Kaz Yoneda is the bureau’s founding principal.
Born in Seattle and raised in California, Kaz went on to receive a B.Arch. (Hons) from the Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning. After a two-year collaboration in Tokyo, he attended Harvard GSD and received his M.Arch. II (Hons) in 2011. Thereafter, he was appointed to run Harvard GSD’s Studio Abroad with Toyo Ito in Tokyo. After serving as an inaugural director of space design for Takram from 2011 to 2014, Kaz launched bureau0-1. In 2018, Bureau 0–1 became incorporated. Currently, he serves as an adjunct assistant professor of Architecture and Urban Design at Keio University, as well as a visiting lecturer at Japan Women’s University. He has previously taught at Cornell University, Tokyo University, and Nihon University College of Fine Arts, and has lectured at various institutions. His interviews and written pieces have been published in Shinkenchiku, GA Japan 138, The Architectural Review, Redshift, and Built. His works have been exhibited at dOCUMENTA 13, SAIC Sullivan Gallery, and 21_21 Design Sight. Yoneda has contributed to or featured in Metropolis, WIRED, Motherboard, ICON, and Architecture Boston.