A diverse design background allows Keith McPeters to merge architecture and landscape architecture with his interests in art, music, and history. By engaging with cross-disciplinary teams from concept through construction, Keith emphasizes connections between a site’s natural and cultural history, produces environmentally sustainable landscapes, and addresses infrastructure issues within an urban context. Keith’s design advisor role at GGN involves him in the concept and design phases of projects across the office. His work focuses on the design of public landscapes, urban designs, and master planning.
Prior to joining GGN, Keith worked in architecture and landscape architecture most notably as an Associate with Olin Partnership Landscape Architecture and Urban Design in Philadelphia and Senior Designer with Michael Graves Architects in Princeton, New Jersey. He has been a visiting design critic at the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Virginia, the University of Washington, City College of New York, and Carnegie Mellon University. A native of Virginia, Keith received his Bachelors of Science in Architecture and Masters in Landscape Architecture from the University of Virginia