Keisuke Toyoda is co-founder and director of Noiz architects, a Tokyo-based firm that is at the forefront of computational design and digital fabrication in Asia. Mr. Toyoda holds a master's degree in architecture from Tokyo University. He worked in the office of Tadao Ando for four years before completing Advanced Architectural Design degree (AAD) at Columbia University. Mr. Toyoda subsequently worked for SHoP architects in New York for several years before returning to Tokyo to set up Noiz architects with his partner Jia-Shuan Tsai in 2007. Mr. Toyoda is currently assistant professor at NCTU in Taiwan, as well as adjunct professor at the Art Media Center of Tokyo University of the Arts.
Mr. Toyoda spoke at the University of Washington campus in Seattle on February 10th, 2016. He presented his latest projects from Japan and Taiwan, as well as showed excerpts from his latest book on parametric design.
The lecture, titled Expanding Dimensions, was part of the Department of Architecture Winter 2016 lecture series.