Jun Tsujimoto is a highly accomplished architect with extensive design experience in Aotearoa New Zealand and Japan. Jun provides design leadership across the practice, covering a range of sectors and disciplines, focusing on tertiary education and culturally significant projects.
Passionate about architecture‘s potential to influence the city, Jun is inspired by how arts institutions and community-led initiatives can act as a catalyst for urban regeneration.
Jun’s experience spans projects of varying scale and complexity, including boutique retail fit-outs, residential, tertiary education, civic buildings, and urban infrastructure. As the lead designer on numerous projects, including the University of Auckland’s B201 building, the highly complex AUT Nga Wai Hono building and the more recent Parihaka Visitor Centre, Jun has extensive experience working collaboratively with communities and Mana Whenua to integrate cultural narratives into building designs. Jun was also involved in the competition-winning design team for the New Zealand Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.