Yasushi<br />Ikeda


Professor of Architecture and Urban Design at Keio University Japan, .
Professor Ikeda graduated from the Department of Architecture of the University of Tokyo’s Faculty of Engineering in 1985. He went on to complete the master’s program in the Graduate School of Engineering and earn his Ph.D. in engineering. He joined Maki and Associates in 1987 and worked there until 1995, when he left to establish the Yasushi Ikeda Design Studio(renamed IKDS, in 2003). After teaching for several years at the Keio University Faculty of Policy Management as  associate professor at the Faculty of Environmental Information, and hebecame professor in 2008. His major projects include Keio University SFC (1999); Design Studio Buildings, Keio University SFC (2000); Institute for Advanced Biosciences, Keio University (2001); New Main Building, Keio Futsubu School (2001); Sakata City Community Service Seminar Center Multipurpose Hall (2006); Taipei Main Station redevelopment project (2006). His publications include “Algorithmic design”(Tokyo: kashima-syuppann, 2009), to which he contributed a chapter.