A multi-award winning design-led architect, Jun Tsujimoto focuses on architecture that has the potential to influence the city. He is inspired by how the arts institutions and community lead initiatives can act as a catalyst for urban regeneration, and the role that architecture can play in support of this.
Jun provides design leadership across the wider practice, fostering the Jasmax design culture and working alongside interdisciplinary teams to develop robust conceptual frameworks that help clients achieve their objectives. Jun has an impressive portfolio of work, spanning from boutique fitouts, residential, to tertiary education, civic buildings and urban scale infrastructure gained through experience both in New Zealand and in Japan.
Jun’s recent projects include the Waikato Regional Theatre, AUT Nga Wai Hono, Auckland’s CRL (City Rail Link), NZ Pavilion Expo 2020 Dubai, AUT Sir Paul Reeves Building, and the University of Auckland’s B201 building. Each display a aptitude for achieving clarity through design on projects of scale and complexity.