Nathan L. Logan, ASLA, PLA


Nathan has been leading a multi-disciplinary effort to re-urbanize city cores with authentic newly imagined places. With projects like the new City Center of Alpharetta, he has also been at the forefront of taking these concepts out to the redevelopment of suburban communities.

He is being recognized by the development community for taking the practice of Landscape Architecture out of the realm of passive places and reactivating it to provide seamless connectivity to Architecture and Interior spaces in a form that creates energy and places for people.

Nathan's unique ability and experience of inserting Architectural and Interior Design language into the exterior environment has been instrumental in creating a new paradigm that responds to the needs of people and the environment that they inhabit.

We are very pleased with the landscape and hardscape design for our new City Park, Garden, Town Green and complementing Streetscapes. The landscape planning has resulted in an attractive green space which has created an immediate shift in the way our City Hall engages the public.”

Robert J. Regus
City Administrator
City of Alpharetta


American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA)

Georgia Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects (GAASLA)

The Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards (CLARB)

Urban Land Institute, Member

Urban Land Institute, Center for Leadership Class of 2020

Council for Quality Growth, Member

Congress for New Urbanism, Member

Registered Landscape Architect: GA, AL, TX, FL, NC, SC, TN, MO, UT


Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
School of Environmental Design
University of Georgia, 1998

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