Keigo Yoshida received his Bachelor’s degree in Engineering at Tokai University. During his university career, he won the outstanding performance prize in the Residential Design Assignment Award competition. His diploma received the prestigious Tokai University KD award. He worked at Kengo Kuma & Associates in Tokyo, designing the Visitor Centre in Shimonoseki, City Hall in Nagaoka and the Performing Arts Centre competition in Spain.
Keigo joined ACME London in 2010 and is an Associate. Over the years, he has worked on a variety of our most complex and innovative projects. As Project Lead, he developed the Victoria Gate Car Park in Leeds from Concept to Detail, and then took it all the way to completion.
Since then, he worked on Swansea Central Phase One Masterplan and led the facade and interior design development of Swansea Arena, Swansea UK, detailed the complex geometry of timber hybrid structure, metalwork and parametric timber clad for Stratford Pavilion for the compilation, London UK. Keigo has extensive experience in workplace design and has been a core part of the team for H1 Elephant Park, Nollendorfplatz, and 60 Aldgate. Keigo is a key part of ACME’s Design Review, IT and BIM task groups.