The only approach I am aware of, is to use Stacks that support warehousing of images. RW doesn’t natively support SVG’s or warehousing so if you want to use an SVG for your RW logo you out of luck. More and more Stacks do support warehousing and SVGs and the pioneers in this area are Big White Duck, Joe Workman and S4S (in no particular order).
You can’t get any more responsive than an SVG image and the clever stuff that the Foundation Image stack does by only loading the images required for the screen size, isn’t really relevant to normal SVG image. Most SVG images are so small that it makes no difference and there is no such thing as a mobile sized SVG or a desktop sized SVG because exactly the same image is used for both. So whether you want an SVG to fill a retina 27" iMac or an iPhone 4 screen, the image is the same one.
To use SVG’s in Foundation, simply use the warehouse link for the mobile image and that’s all you need to do. Also bear in mind that SVGs will either scale to fill their container or scale to reach any min or max dimensions that you set in the Stack.
P.S. Yes Autodesk Graphic is a superb web graphics program. Had Adobe not killed off Fireworks and given it SVG support I would not have gone searching for a Fireworks replacement. Very pleased with Graphic indeed.