Takashi Tsuji is a Toronto-based architect. Born in Japan, he received his Bachelor of Environmental Studies and Master of Architecture from the University of Manitoba, in 1974 and 1977, respectively. In 1980, he founded Takashi Tsuji Architects, and has been working on private, commercial, and institutional projects ever since. Some of his projects include the Kitchener City Hall, the Torizuka Residence in Fenwick, Ontario, and other projects in both Ontario and Japan. He also builds and renovates private homes, including Super E houses, which are energy efficient, economical, environmentally responsible, and enhance the homeowner’s quality of life. He is a member of both the Ontario Association of Architects and the Architectural Institute of Japan.
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