Architect AIBC, AIA, MRAIC, M.Arch. B.A.S.
Eiza was born in Chiba prefecture, Japan, and raised in Vancouver most of his life.
Eiza received his professional degree in architecture from McGill University in Montreal, and enrolled in the doctorate program at Waseda University in Tokyo, and studied architecture in London, England. Following McGill, Eiza moved to Los Angeles and apprenticed at the office of Frank Gehry. At Gehry's office, Eiza worked on the Foundation Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy Museum in Paris, France, and the Lou Ruvo Brain Institute in Las Vegas, USA. After returning to Vancouver, Eiza was a senior associate at Arno Matis Architecture where worked on the Aperture residential project in Oakridge, Vancouver and led numerous rezoning projects throughout the Lower Mainland.
Eiza is a registered architect with the Architectural Institute of British Columbia and the State of Washington. He has taught design studios at Waseda University's Nobuaki Furuya (NASCA) architect's design research laboratory.