Interview with Koji Tsutsui
Recorded on June 20, 2012
Running Time: 7:13
Koji Tsutsui sits down with Gabriel Silberblatt and Saga Blane to discuss the work of his studio and his installation for the League Prize 2012 exhibition at Parsons The New School for Design.
2012 League Prize Lecture
Recorded June 26, 2012
Running Time: 32:26
In this recording of his League Prize lecture, Koji Tsutsui presents recent work including his plan for a school and home complex for HIV orphans in Uganda, his Tohoku Earthquake Relief Project, and several completed houses in California and Japan.
Koji Tsutsui & Associates was founded in Tokyo by Koji Tsutsui in 2004, opening an office in San Francisco in 2010. The office’s InBetween house received a 2011 World Architecture Festival Award in the Villa Category and was named to Architectural Record‘s Record Houses. The office was also part of Architectural Record‘s Design Vanguard in 2011. In 2009, the office’s Annular Orphanage was a Finalist for the Global Holcim Award. Tsutsui received his B.Arch from the University of Tokyo and his M.Arch from The Bartlett School at University College London.