William F. Logan
Senior Principal and Director of Design Consulting
Registered Architect in New York
Master in Architecture - Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Bachelor of Architecture – Princeton University
After attending Princeton University’s School of Architecture and Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, Mr. William Logan spent seven years in Europe working with Renzo Piano, Richard Rogers, Peter Rice and Frei Otto on several innovative and challenging building projects. Upon his return to the U.S., he has had the privilege of working with numerous internationally-known architects including Cesar Pelli, Norman Foster, Bernard Tschumi and many others, on numerous projects.
As an Architect, he specializes in implementing the designer’s architectural intent through vigorous analysis and studies, presented in sketch form. In addition, he draws on a deep background and understanding of performance requirements, fabrication technologies, testing and constructability issues. He has served as a primary curtain wall consultant for some of the tallest and most complex buildings in the world, including the Twin Towers of the Kuala Lumpur City Center, International Finance Center of Hong Kong and many others.
Developers and Architects have depended on Mr. Logan’s advice and counsel on selecting cladding systems, design criteria and contracting parties on some of the world’s highest profile projects. His work encompasses many building types, including commercial, residential, academic and medical in the United States, Europe, and South America.