David Feaster excels at bringing clients, stakeholders, collaborators, consultants, and contractors together to fulfill project goals.

David is drawn to architecture's place at the crossroads of art and science and enjoys transdisciplinary collaboration with others in the field.  
He is currently the Principal-in-Charge of a new, design-build engineering facility for the the University of Washington and is co-leading a large student housing project at the University of California, Santa Cruz campus. He previously served as Principal-in-Charge for the 2,000+ bed North Campus Housing community at the University of Washington and oversees KieranTimberlake's long-standing relationship with the John F. Kennedy Center, shepherding a facility master plan, and subsequent memorialization and renovation projects. David has balanced rigorous consultant coordination and detailed systems integration for a range of other projects, including the award-winning Dunster House at Harvard University, the first of six historic River Houses renovated by KieranTimberlake, which was recognized for its successful integration of accessibility and historic preservation.  
David earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Virginia Tech University and has served as a guest juror at Drexel University.