George Logusch AIA NCARB
George’s immersion in classicism during college, graduate school, and a youth spent in Europe inspired a passion for the design and detailing of historic architecture. He graduated from the Catholic University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and from the University of Notre Dame in 2013 with a Master of Architecture with a focus on the History of Religious Architecture. In his professional life, he applies his classical expertise to a range of project types, including institutional, historic preservation, adaptive reuse, and residential. Since joining Dalgliesh Gilpin Paxton Architects in 2015, George’s energies have focused on numerous residential projects in and around the Charlottesville area. His institutional and commercial work encompasses the design of a higher education institute and student center in Buena Vista, Virginia; the design of a 200,000 square-foot urban office building and parking structure in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and extensive classical detailing at Old Parkland, an office complex and corporate headquarters for Crow Holdings in Dallas, Texas. His recent work in historic preservation has centered on the renovations of the circa 1803 Albemarle County Circuit Courts and of Michie Tavern, a Virginia Historic Landmark dating to 1784.