Logan Cairns hails from Auckland, New Zealand and brings eclectic experience in art and design, landscape architecture, and permaculture to his work at PWL.
It was Logan’s initial degree in art and design that, coupled with his passion for the outdoors, inspired the pursuit of a degree in landscape architecture. Logan views the profession through the lens of Donella Meadows’ systems thinking ideology, with practice revolving around core components, their function, and the interrelationships that exist between them.
Since visiting as a child, Logan was intrigued and eventually drawn back to Vancouver by the many parallels and diversions he perceives between the Lower Mainland and his native New Zealand. As a newcomer to the region, he is eager to explore all that the city’s culture and surroundings has in store. When not adventuring, his Kiwi self-expression manifests itself on golf courses, field hockey pitches, and in cocktail glasses.