Kimball Kaiser is a designer originally from Montana working in architecture, digital fabrication, and product design.

He has been a researcher at MIT's Self-Assembly Lab and has also practiced architecture professionally in NYC with Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in Tokyo with KMDW, in Detroit with JE-LE, in Los Angeles with Jones, Partners: Architecture, and with design-build firms in Montana. He has also taught design studios at the Harvard Graduate School of Design with Hiroto Kobayashi and at the University of Michigan.

Kimball holds a SMArchS AD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he was a graduate fellow, an M.Arch from the University of Michigan where he was honored for his thesis Superlivery, and a BA in Environmental Design from Montana State University where he graduated with highest honors.

His work has been published in ACADIA, ACSA, MARU magazine, and ArchDaily.