Eli Kruse Logan, RA

Project Manager

Eli joined Merge in 2018. He is a registered architect with a background in related fields of archaeology, preservation, and planning. At Merge he has applied this experience to projects including institutional and residential renovations, multi-family housing, commercial office, and mixed use developments. He has also anchored award-winning competition teams studying Boston area housing typologies and led the expansion of the firm’s in-house digital fabrication capacity.

Prior to joining Merge, he worked at architectural practices ranging from the north (Chicago), to the south (Dallas), to the center (Kansas City) of the American Great Plains. Efforts therein included the design of a housing proposal featured in the inaugural Chicago Biennial, historic preservation planning for the flood-prone Farnsworth House, as well as numerous cultural and commercial projects.

Eli received a Master of Architecture from Kansas State University, earning the AIA Henry Adams Award and Kremer Thesis Prize upon graduation. He later attended Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design (GSD), receiving a Master of Architecture II as well as the Kevin V. Kieran Prize and Julia Amory Appleton Traveling Fellowship. He has maintained connections to pedagogy by serving as a studio instructor in Harvard’s summer Career Discovery program and at Northeastern University.

Eli has authored articles in the MASKS and OBL/QUE journals and served on the editorial team of Harvard Design Magazine, Open Letters, and the Oz Journal. He continues this literary lineage by authoring many of Merge’s publications, project descriptions, and proposals.

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