Jun Tsujimoto born in Hong Kong and educated in New Zealand, focuses on architecture that has the potential to influence the city. Specifically, the way in which the arts and cultural institutions can be employed as a catalyst for urban regeneration. Jun has an impressive portfolio of work gained through over a decade of experience both in New Zealand and in Japan. New Zealand saw him work on a wide variety of urban projects from cultural institutions, to public infrastructure and tertiary education. In Japan he specialised on boutique residential and commercial projects.
He has demonstrated his aptitude for leadership and ability for design on complex projects with an emphasis on collaboration with clients.
He has amassed an impressive track record of award-winning work including being part of the design team responsible for the Sir Paul Reeves building. Jun was an integral part of the design team for AUT University’s Nga Wai Hono building, a member of the CRL creative studio that sought to integrate cultural expression into station design and he played a key role in the Expo 2020 design competition team.
He is project architect for the Waikato Regional Theatre which seeks to facilitate transformational change for the city of Hamilton.