Michael F.D. Logue was born in Chicago, IL. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Design from the University of Cincinnati’s Interior Architecture program and a Masters of Architecture from Columbia University, NY. He studied Design with an emphasis on Industrial Design at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark and completed a joint yearlong program in Traditional Japanese Architecture at Kyoto University and Kyoto Architectural College.

Logue has worked with notable architects and designers, such as, Stanley Tigerman of Tigerman McCurry Architects in Chicago, IL, the late Michael Kalil of the Kalil Studio in New York, and Studios Architecture in San Francisco among others. In addition, Mr. Logue completed a yearlong apprenticeship under a Master Carpenter of Temple and Shrine construction in Kyoto, Japan.