Keith Peiffer, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Keith approaches architecture with a disciplined understanding of its historical and theoretical foundations. He endeavors to understand the full breadth of design challenges and explores them with an unbiased approach to how the solution should or should not be informed by convention. Through focused intellectual engagement, project constraints of site, program, budget, codes, and schedule become opportunities for finding the best solution. Within the studio as well as through published articles and his active role as an architectural professor, Keith initiates dialogue about individual identity, inevitability in design, values and meaning, and building traditions. His professional work includes design, documentation, and construction administration of institutional and commercial projects.


The University of Michigan
Master of Science in Architecture (Design Research), 2012

The Pennsylvania State University
Bachelor of Architecture, 2006
AIA Henry Adams Award Certificate


Registered Architect: Maryland, 2010

LEED Accredited Professional BD+C, 2008

NCARB Certification, 2011


American Institute of Architects, Baltimore Chapter
    Lecture Series Committee, 2008-2011, 2012-2013

Mount Clare Christian School
    School Board, Chairman
    School Board, Member, 2008-2011, 2014-present

Maryland Institute College of Art, Adjunct Faculty
    Contemporary Architecture Criticism and Theory, 2014-2015

Keith Peiffer, AIA, LEED AP BD+C - Associate