Diana Kellogg Architects is an international, award wining firm established in 1992 and has worked primarily in high end residential design and non profit community projects.The firm is committed to sustainable design, deference to an existing sense of place and history and creating spaces that provide for communal inter connectivity. Also the belief that thoughtful design can positively impact people lives through spatial arrangements rather than complicated details and expensive materials.The design process is a very important component as the firms works to bring out the best design as a true collaboration with the client and finding the essence of the site or existing structure. The overall emphasis of the firm is one of flexibility to programmatic requirements, site and historic concerns and innovative construction with a dedication to high quality of design.
Diana Kellogg received a Master of Architecture from Columbia University and a BA from Williams College. Prior to establishing her own firm in 1992, Diana was associated with the firm of Gluckman Tang Architects and Selldorf Architects. Diana Kellogg Architects' work has been featured in various publications including The New York Times, Dwell, Architectural Digest and New York Magazine. Diana Kellogg Architects is a registered Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise and the firm has won multiple international design awards.
Diana Kellogg lives and works in New York City with her two children, Lukas and Clara, and her husband, Neil Burger, a filmmaker. She is a board member of the William College Museum of Art, CITTA and many community related endeavors.
"DIANA KELLOGG ARCHITECTS is selected for prestigious National Architecture and Interior Design Excellence Awards 2019. Our jury Members have found your organisation profile very promising and your organisation is selected to receive “Most Innovative Architecture Firm of the Year 2019” Award under “Residential Projects & Commercial Projects”Category for the year 2019"