Reynolds Logan is an Associate Partner since 1996, and has spent almost thirty years collaborating with Richard Meier across a period of great creativity and the production of award-winning projects. He is currently the Associate Partner-in-charge of One Waterline Square in New York City. Recent projects include the Rothschild Tower located in the heart of Tel Aviv, and the almost complete CDC Xin-Yi Residential Tower in Taipei, Taiwan. He has previously been the Project Architect/ Designer for several other internationally recognized projects, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona; Swiss Air North American Headquarters in Melville, New York; the Alfonse D’Amato Courthouse in Central Islip, New York; and the Weill Hall laboratory building at Cornell University.
Mr. Logan was the Project Architect responsible for all phases of design and construction of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona, an acclaimed museum and public plaza in the heart of the Raval, one of Barcelona’s historic gothic era neighborhoods. The museum was the product of a public/private partnership between the regional Catalan government, the city, and a private consortium of Patrons, for which there was no program and not much of a collection at the outset. Strong organizational skills and a deft hand were required to shepherd a process that was somewhat chaotic and unpredictable among its various constituents.
Mr. Logan also managed the firm’s design for an Art History Dept. and Library for Yale University, and a Research Center for Viking Range Corporation in Mississippi. He has been a core team leader on the design and development of many other landmark projects including Espace Pitôt in Montpellier, France; the Edinburgh Park Master Plan; an exhibition house in Glasgow, Scotland; and the Canal+ Headquarters building in Paris. He has led several competition efforts that include the Swiss Re Corporate Headquarters just outside New York; the Forum Exhibition & Meeting Hall at the Frankfurt Convention Center, and most recently as finalists for the Beethoven Concert Hall in Bonn, Germany and the Musée de la Romanité in Nîmes, France.
Reynolds Logan received his Masters of Architecture from Clemson University after studying and traveling with the Charles E. Daniel Center in Genoa, Italy. He also earned a BS Design magna cum laude from Clemson University. Mr. Logan is a registered Architect in New York and a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects.