Paula Tomisaki is the founder of Archybrid, an experimental design unit and compilation of work, operating through practice, research, multidisciplinary collaboration and teaching. Paula obtained her first professional degree in Architecture in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and later obtained a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from the GSAPP at Columbia University, New York, USA. Her work has been exhibited in the Buell Hall in CU, at the Archiprix International Exhibitions held in Shangai and Rotterdam, and in the Guggenheim Museum in New York. 

Paula has a considerable experience in the design and construction of cultural, commercial and residential high profile international projects gained while working at Bernard Tschumi Architects New York Office, and she has also worked as Bernard Tschumi teaching assistant in seminars and advanced design studios at Columbia University from 2006 to 2010.

She was the recipient of a scholarship from the Smart Geometry Group in 2007 to research on parametric design. 
Her work has been published in journals and books including Abstract 05/06 (Columbia University), Skyscrapers for the XXI century (Evolo), AD (Techniques and Technologies in Morphogenetic Design), Demonstrating Digital Architecture (Birkhäuser Publishers), Archiprix International 2006 (010 Publishers) and Event Cities 4 (The MIT Press 2010). 
In 2005, she was the recipient of a FEIDAD Award, in 2006 received an Archiprix Award, and the Honor Award for Excellence in Design at Columbia University.