Logan Marhefka

Logan Marhefka

Morristown, NJ, US



I am ambitious with the eagerness to dive into the unknown. By nature I am a curious, passionate and self motivated individiual. My designs and my creations are unique, with a sense of  simplicity. My admiration for architecture has allowed me to travel the world. Through my travels I have explored architecture in a new light, participated in estranged cultures, and made lifelong companions. To me, architecture is a field in which one can never stop learning and I continuously incorporate my experiences into my designs and projects. 


Gensler, Morristown, NJ, US, JOB CAPTAIN

Dec 2011 - current

Bostwick Design Partnership, Cleveland, OH, US, INTERN ARCHITECT

Involved in civic, medical, and educational projects in all stages of development. Previous responsibilities include building study models, schematic design, AutoCad drafting, Revit modeling, correction, specs, development and coordination of construction documents, and transporting materials.

Feb 2011 - Sep 2011


Kent State University, MArch, ARCHITECTURE

Master of Architecture with an emphasis on Urban Design

Study Abroad - Florence, Italy - August to December of 2010
(countries toured: Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, The Netherlands)

Aug 2010 - Aug 2013

Kent State University, BArch, ARCHITECTURE

Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Environmental Design

Study Abroad - Florence, Italy - January to May of 2009
(countries toured: Italy, The Netherlands, Greece, Germany)

Active Member of:
Intern Development Program (IDP) and NCARB
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Cleveland Photographic Society
ZeroLandfill Volunteer

Aug 2006 - May 2010


Integrated Design Competition, Honorable Mention

Project Title: Cultivating Cooperation – Baltimore International College CoOp
This fifteen week senior level studio focused on the design of sustainable offices and mixed-use entertainment within Baltimore's Inner Harbor marina. Each team submitted a design development drawing set, physical model, BIM, a white paper, computer renderings, presentation boards, code requirements, site work, sustainable and regenerative operations, building efficiencies, as well as mechanical, electrical, plumbing and structural calculations. Partner: Lucas Staib


European Cities Student Exhibition in Palazzo Dei Cerchi, Other

Organized and designed exhibits for a public event held to showcase the studies and experiences of the KSU-Florence European Cities course. Student projects communicated unique perspectives of the cities visited: Berlin, Copenhagen, and Amsterdam.


Areas of Specialization