Kaz Yoneda

Kaz Yoneda

Tokyo, JP

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bureau0-1 is a practice for architecture, urban design and speculative projections based in Tokyo, Japan.
bureau0-1 is concerned with buildings and also with cultural production. As such, it will opportunistically engaged with anything from a book to a building.
bureau0-1 has a singular guiding principle of exposing our zeitgeist, and from that, imagining possible futures in various forms; form-spaces, information, and transformations.



Bureau 0–1, Inc., Tokyo, JP, Founding Principal

Nov 2014 - current

Takram, Tokyo, JP, Director of Space Design

Jan 2012 - Nov 2014

Sou Fujimoto Architects, Tokyo, JP, International Project Manager and Media Coordinator

Sep 2007 - Jul 2009


Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, MArch, Architecture

Aug 2009 - Jun 2011

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, BArch, Architecture

Aug 2002 - Jun 2007


Richard Rogers Fellowship, Award

Harvard GSD introduced the Richard Rogers Fellowship in October 2016, and named its inaugural class of fellows in February 2017. Since its inception, the Richard Rogers Fellowship has drawn serious scholars from a range of fields and backgrounds to London, where they have engaged with that city’s great research and design institutions and studied topics including housing, social housing, and so-called “property guardianship”; food, cooking, and their role in city development; and the potential of computational and digital fabrication in large-scale urban construction.


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