Skip to content
People  •  Architecture  •  Part-Time Lecturer

Eli Logan

Eli is a registered architect, researcher, and teacher with interests in representation and rhetoric, material properties and design methodologies. He instructs architecture studio courses at Northeastern University and practices at Merge Architects, Inc.

His practical experience extends to related fields of archaeology, environmental conservation, rustic construction, historic preservation, and community planning.

His formal education comprises a Master of Architecture from Kansas State University – where he earned the AIA Henry Adams Award and Kremer Thesis Prize – and a Master of Architecture II from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design – where he received the Kevin V. Kieran Prize and Julia Amory Appleton Traveling Fellowship.




(MArch), Kansas State University, Planning and Design
(MArch) II, Harvard University Graduate School of Design


Julia Amory Appleton Traveling Fellowship | Harvard University
Kevin V. Kieran Prize | Harvard University
Kremer Prize | Kansas State University
AIA Henry Adams Medal | Kansas State University

Research Focus

‘Body and/as Building: A Proprioceptive Model of Architectural Appearance’ | Publication, OBL/QUE Journal of Critical Conservation Vol. 3 | 2021
‘Of Clouds and Rocks’ | Research | 2019 –
‘Of Material and Myth: Unsettled Architectures of the American Frontier’ | Publication, MASKS Journal | 2018
‘The Dakota Access Pipeline: An investigation of Historical, Spatial, and Legal Underpinnings of Land and Territory’ | Publication, Harvard University Risk and Resilience | 2017
‘The Effect of Doorway Form on Object Information Retrieval’ | Research | 2014