My philosophy toward architecture & design is an approach that combines building technology, site responsive options and the personal preference of each client.
With a decade of work experience in the field of architecture, Logan is a licensed architect with the Nova Scotia Association of Architects, and former architect with the Ontario Association of Architects. Logan currently operates his home office out of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia as a single source for all architectural and interior design services. His one-man operation gives him the opportunity to focus on the unique qualities of each project.
Born and raised in the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Logan spent his up-bringing in his father’s extensive wood shop and at his desk drawing. He comes from a family of craftsmen: professional furniture makers, woodworkers, and pewtersmiths. In his youth, Logan began designing and building furniture, worked on home and cottage projects, and built precast concrete decor.
His formal architectural career began with the Integrated Coastal Planners Project focusing on community development, and later working with Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc. in Toronto, gaining experience with large-scale health care projects. Those experiences reignited his passion for custom residential projects. He achieved his architecture license working in Ontario on projects with Altius Architecture Inc. and on projects now accredited to Trevor McIvor Architects, former partner of Altius. These projects enhanced Logan’s skills and experience designing contemporary homes and cottages, and with client and construction management.
Logan has studied Interdisciplinary Creativity at Emily Carr University of Art & Design in Vancouver, and Urban Planning at Dalhousie University in Halifax. Through these studies, his passion for creating beautiful, functional spaces became clear and he graduated from Dalhousie with a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Masters of Architecture. He achieved the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Honours Roll and was awarded the Certificate of Merit from the American Institute of Architects for the second highest grade in his class. His work was selected to be displayed at the Nova Scotia Association of Architects 75th anniversary exhibition.