Diana Kellogg Architects - Profile Diana Kellogg Architects was established in 1992 and works primarily on residential design in the New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island areas. The firm has completed numerous residential projects of a variety of scales which include interior design, space planning, structural engineering, hvac design, construction and zoning issues. In the commercial and institutional projects, Diana Kellogg Architects has worked with a diverse range of design concerns and clientele. The overall emphasis of the firm is one of flexibility to programmatic requirements, site concerns and construction issues with a commitment to high quality of design. Most recently, Diana Kellogg Architects collaborated with Mary Richardson Kennedy on the Kennedy Green House project, a LEED certified renovation that incorporated the latest in green technologies, sustainable building practices and healthy home 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 Richard Gluckman Architects and Annabelle Selldorf Architects. Diana Kellogg Architects' work has been featured in various publications including The New York Times, Architectural Digest and New York Magazine. Diana Kellogg Architects is a registered Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise and the firm consists of two architects and three architects' assistants. Diana Kellogg lives and works in New York City with her two children, Lukas and Clara, and her husband, Neil Burger, a filmmaker.