Project Designer Logan Matos

Logan once ran a 120-mile relay race with friends through the mountains of Arizona.

Originally from the southwest, Logan learned to design for harsh desert climates. An advocate for sustainable buildings, walkable urbanism, and the value of designing spaces with a clear focus on community, he first found his passion for architecture by religiously following the design and construction progress for the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site. With experience working on multifamily, single-family, and mixed-use projects, he strives to design spaces that capture the spirit of their surroundings and enhance the human experience, improving the mental and physical well-being of occupants. Logan holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Arizona. When he’s not at the office, Logan enjoys exploring new neighborhoods and cities. For Logan, getting “lost” in new places allows him to experience a community organically, sometimes leading to design inspiration.
A great building must begin with the unmeasurable, must go through measurable means when it is being designed and in the end must be unmeasurable. Louis Kahn