Helen Logan

Retired Partner, Consultant

Helen enjoys cracking problems in an elegant fashion, working with creative colleagues and lightening the day with a laugh. As an architect, she specialises in the delivery of large, complex projects, especially internationally, and until recently led our Bids Team, helping to secure the practice’s new work.

She directed the implementation of several of the practice’s projects within the Msheireb Downtown Doha development, including several public buildings at a range of scales, housing and commercial buildings. She was also responsible for the practice’s work at King’s Cross St Pancras Underground Station, the refurbishment and expansion of one of London’s busiest underground interchanges and an important catalyst for the wider regeneration of King’s Cross. Other projects include concept designs for Crossrail oversite developments and Elizabeth House at Waterloo Station. She has more recently been involved in the practice’s new projects in Toronto.

A mentor for many in the practice and beyond, she helps to run our in-house learning and development for architects in training, teaches in the Master in Business for Architecture programme at the IE School of Architecture and Design and represents us on the RIBA Large Practice Group. She was previously an architect and consultant at DEGW, an urban design policy planner at the City of Toronto and a practicing architect in the US and Canada.

First trained as an economist, Helen has degrees from Wilfred Laurier University, the University of Western Ontario and studied architecture at the University of Toronto. Drawn to London for its combination of intensity and liveability, Helen has designed her own riverbarge home on the Thames.