Emily Kruse Logan
NCIDQ, Interior Architect

Emily Kruse Logan joined Annum in 2022 as a licensed Interior Architect.  She brings over 8 years of experience in higher education, institutional, commercial, residential, and speculative design. At Annum, she will be leading production efforts for the Master Plan of Temple Israel of Boston. Prior to Annum, Emily worked at Utile Architecture & Design on a wide range of projects including non-profit renovation of an 19th century brewery building for The Possible Zone, and a prototype building and playbook of a new building typology for a global search engine, among others. She also worked at BNIM in Kansas City where she presented her fictional narrative title ‘Sixteen Lots’ at their annual symposium which commented on the cities Land Bank home program. At BNIM she worked on institutional projects including, The Reach Expansion at The Kennedy Center, The Lewis Center at Princeton University, and Kansas State University’s new Architecture building (her Alma Mater). She graduated with a Master of Interior Architecture and Product Design from Kansas State University where she was an ARCC King Student Medal Honoree. In her spare time, she enjoys making ceramic art, and exploring Boston neighborhoods with her dog, Mosby.