On the heels of college graduation, Logan came to CLB with experience at architecture firms in the Midwest and New York City, as well as several summers of reforestation work throughout Canada’s vast wilderness. Time spent in both the studio and forest taught him to engage architecture as an extension of the natural world – where elegance, simplicity, and resilience dictate the manifestation of space.
Logan received a master’s degree in Architecture from Kansas State University in 2019. During his final year of school, he completed his thesis project inside a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Granada, Spain. During this project, Logan cultivated a sensitivity for designing in challenging contexts that he sought to translate into the American West. Located in the shadow of the Teton Mountain Range, CLB was a clear destination to shift his career to.
Beyond architecture, Logan’s favorite avenues for channeling creativity are woodworking and publication design. When he’s not in the office, Logan strives to soak up every opportunity for outdoor recreation Jackson has to offer.BACK TO TEAM