Koutsomitis is an architect with over twentyfive years of experience in
the planning of museum and cultural facilities and institutions. He has been involved
in numerous master plans for new museums, as well as plans for the
future growth of established institutions.
Clients have included
the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History,
The Queens Museum, The City Museum of Washington DC, the Museo
de Arte de Puerto Rico, the Hechel Shlomo Museum of Jewish Art and
Heritage in Jerusalem, the Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation, and
He is an active member of the American Association of Museums,
the American Institute of Architects, and is certified by the National
Council of Architectural Registration Boards. He is also an adjunct
professor of architecture at Pratt Institute School of Architecture.