Tetsuro has been working with Pippa since 2006 and was part of the office when Nissen Richards Studio was established in 2011. Tetsuro has worked as the project architect on the Sir Joseph Hotung Gallery at the British Museum and Nature’s Library at the Manchester Museum; combining his talents as an architect and exhibition designer. He continues to lead the design teams on a number of temporary exhibitions both in the UK and abroad. In addition, he has worked on several residential and cultural projects, including Grange Hall and the refurbishment of the Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre at the V&A Museum.
His interests lie in the potential for architecture to convey stories using digital technology and has designed several small scale site-specific installations that investigate human memories and communication. He is currently a unit tutor on the MArch Architecture course at the Bartlett (UCL), and has previously taught at UCA Canterbury and Brighton University.