- MArch., University of California, Berkeley
- MSc., City University of New York
- BSc., University of Juba, Sudan
Logman’s personal and professional mission centers on ephemeral architecture, sustainability, and building for social change. He strives to discover how living architecture catalyzes change and vitalizes communities. He is well trained in additive manufacturing architecture as well. Currently, he is leading efforts to transform the technology of additive manufacturing to sub-Saharan Africa to give a long-term perspective for the development of sustainable and replicable housing solutions and urban micro-infrastructures.
Logman has won numerous awards, including the John K. Branner Traveling Fellowship, the MasterCard Foundation Scholarship at UC Berkeley, Rondine Cittadella della Pace Fellowship - Italy, and the Fulbright Scholarship.