Logan Dumont

Logan Dumont

Williamsburg, NY, US

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I'm Logan Dumont, an architectural designer, world traveler and IPA connoisseur. I was born and raised in a small town in Northern California that consisted of three traffic lights and a drive-in theater. I attended San Diego State University for my undergraduate studies of city planning and beach lounging. Upon graduating, I moved to Los Angeles where I worked as an account manager for post-production companies before deciding to pursue my masters in architecture at the University of Southern California, graduating with honors this past May, 2017.

Beyond the scope of architecture, I love to keep an active lifestyle with any board sport (think surf, skate, snow or wake). On the weekends, you can catch me at a new art exhibit, hiking a trail for that picture perfect view, or trying a new craft beer at one of the many micro breweries seeming to pop up everywhere. When time permits, I seek out different travel destinations, whether it be international or the next state over. They tend to be based around my love for both the natural and built environment, where I always make the journey as important as the destination. In my travels, I have learned to see culture as the greatest intangible asset anyone can come across, which is why I believe traveling helps shape our discipline, our reasoning, and most importantly, ourselves for the better.

I am seeking a firm that holds collaboration highly in its values and who still embraces the importance of models. Yes, physical models. With so much of our work now digital, I believe it's indispensable to the practice of architecture to explore model making. From the quick-and-dirty to the presentation-ready, models help to better understand the importance of context, materiality and space. The firm should also highly believe in blending nature with the built environment, whether it be literally or figuratively, by bringing the outdoors in, and the indoors out.



OFFICEUNTITLED (OU), Culver City, CA, US, Intern

Nov 2013 - Aug 2016

Corgan, Playa Vista, CA, US, Intern

Jun 2015 - Aug 2015

Deluxe Film Services, Burbank, CA, US, Account Manager

Sep 2011 - Nov 2012

Technicolor / M-GO, Glendale, CA, US, Production Coordinator

Sep 2010 - Sep 2011


University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA, US, MArch, Architecture

Tau Sigma Delta - Graduated with Honors in top 20%

Graduate T.A. - Teaching Assistant for 2nd year grad studio

Graduate Student Government - Representative for the School of Architecture at USC

Haworth Charrette - 3rd place finish at USC’s annual student charrette competition

New York Thesis - Lived and researched on vertical urbanism while placed at Kohn Pedersen Fox for studio

Ancient Ruins in Latin America & Modernism in China - Participated in two study abroad programs

Aug 2014 - May 2017

San Diego State University (SDSU), San Diego, CA, US, Bachelors, City Planning

Aug 2005 - May 2010

Oxford University, Oxford, England, International Politics

Dec 2009 - Jan 2010

California State University, Chico, Chico, CA, US, Nutrition

Jan 2008 - May 2008


Tau Sigma Delta, Award

The Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts is the only national honor society for architecture and design majors that is accredited by the Association of College Honor Societies.

The Society recognizes intellectual achievement, effort and initiative as well as leadership and character. This prize of membership acknowledges undergraduate and graduate students who attain high scholastic standing in their field.


Haworth Charette Design Competition, 3rd Place

The Haworth Charrette is a design competition that invites 4th year, 5th year and graduate students to compete in a one day charrette. The event is held at the School of Architecture and is generally held during the Spring Semester on a Saturday. A jury of leading architecture professionals is asked to judge the competition and the all-day event that culminates with the awarding prizes totaling $10,000. First Place is awarded $5,000, second place $3,000 and third place $2,000. This event is sponsored by Haworth and they have committed to funding the prize money through 2017.


MacDowell Colony Peterborough Riverwalk Park Design Competition, 2nd Place

Adjunct Associate Professor Jennifer Siegal and a team including Professor Kelly Shannon and five USC graduate architecture and landscape architecture students were recently shortlisted for the Peterborough Riverwalk Park Design Competition.

The aim of the competition is to create a park and public space at the heart of the town of Peterborough, New Hampshire. The competition is a joint effort between the town and the MacDowell Colony, located in Peterborough.

“Confluence Park,” Siegal’s team’s submission, incorporates sustainability, ecology, and a deep understanding of the town’s historical, cultural context. Siegal, herself, is a native of Peterborough and grew up “hoping to be a MacDowell fellow,” which she achieved in 2004.


2x8: Evolve, Nomination


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