Since 2003, KSF Architects has crafted client-focused architecture, designing additions and custom homes responsive to client tastes and individual goals. Keith Fineberg started the firm after years of experience working as a preservation architect, a lighting designer and serving as the program coordinator for the Interior Design program at Eastern Michigan University.
Keith’s principal architectural interest has always been residential design. Keith’s father is a graduate of the Bauhaus school, and Keith grew up drawn to the contemporary, modern style. Years of Historic Preservation work have given Keith an expanded perspective of traditional and transitional styles.
Keith is a strong advocate of sustainable design and encourages his clients to strive to use the earth’s resources thoughtfully and reasonably in making design decisions.
Keith is a member of the Board of Directors of the Builders and Remodeler’s Association of Greater Ann Arbor and the Washtenaw Remodelers Council. Those organizations awarded him with the Pillar award in 2011 and the Keppler Award in 2007 in recognition of his leadership in the building community. He has also chaired the Green Committee of the Southeast Michigan chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry as well as the Ann Arbor Remodeler's Home Tour Committee. Keith also served on the Planning Commission for York Township, Michigan.
Building Design, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Green Building, Historic Building Conservation, House Plans, Kitchen Design, Space Planning, Sustainable Design, Universal Design, Construction Drawings, Custom Homes
Ann Arbor, Belleville, Milan, Saline, Willis, Ypsilanti, Manchester, Dexter, Whitmore Lake, Canton, Plymouth
2012 Pillar Award, 2011 Pillar Award, 2007 Keppler Award, Licensed Architect, Licensed Builder