David Feaster excels at bringing clients, stakeholders, architects, consultants, and contractors together to fulfill project goals.
David is drawn to architecture's place at the crossroads of art and science. In more than 14 years as an architect, he has focused on detailed consultant coordination and systems integration for a range of projects including a new entry for the Eisenhower Executive Office Building and the renovation of Dunster House, a residential college within Harvard University's River House Renewal.
David oversaw residential planning and coordination for the Charles David Keeling Apartments, a LEED Platinum-rated project at the University of California, San Diego. He is currently the Principal in Charge of a new Parish House for the historic St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Philadelphia, and a new student housing development on the University of Washington's North Campus that adds new housing and intimate outdoor spaces for 3,300 students.
David earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Virginia Tech University and has served as a guest juror at Drexel University.