Logan Halterman, AIA

As an architect, Logan is inspired by considering the user experience as a key factor in pursuing equitable design solutions. A driving motivation behind Logan’s work is organization: approaching the design of buildings through organizing factors that reflect the client’s mission.  At KITE, Logan has worked extensively on a large supportive housing apartment building while also helping advance BIM at the office.

Logan completed his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Cincinnati and his Master of Architecture at Rice University. Prior to joining KITE, Logan worked in various offices across the country and received an AIA Honor award as part of the design team for Cincinnati’s submission to the inaugural Exhibit Columbus biennial which was exhibited alongside the 2018 Venice Biennale and at the Cincinnati Museum of Art. Research and design has taken Logan across the globe, from a six-week European Grand Tour to Beijing and Berlin. This breadth of location and experience have provided strong technical skills while espousing the importance of local design in community building and improvement.

As an avid backpacker, Logan has (pandemic delayed) plans to through-hike the Appalachian Trail. He is a classical bassist and has played for a variety of amateur and semiprofessional ensembles and currently plies his skills with the Narragansett Bay Symphony Community Orchestra. Logan also enjoys baking and considers pies his passion.