David Feaster excels at bringing clients, stakeholders, architects, consultants, and contractors together in collaboration toward the fulfillment of a project's goals.
He finds particular value in exploring architecture's place at the crossroads of art and science. From schematic design through construction administration, David's role on project teams has been largely focused on detailed consultant coordination and integration of systems. He has more than ten years of experience as an architect and has worked on a range of projects at KieranTimberlake, including as Project Architect on renovations to Dunster House at Harvard University as part of the House Renewal initiative.
David guided the design of a new entrance and security facility for the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, DC, and oversaw residential planning and coordination for the Keeling Apartments at the University of California, San Diego, a LEED Platinum project with 500+ student beds. He coordinated the design of classroom and theater spaces at the University of North Carolina Charlotte's Center City Building, and was responsible for detailing the custom steel connectors used to assemble Cellophane HouseTM, an off-site fabricated exhibition house at The Museum of Modern Art.
David has served as a guest juror at Drexel University. Prior to KieranTimberlake, he worked for Brawer & Hauptman, Architects in Philadelphia.