Every project is a reflection of the people who live there. Every home design is unique and personal because the end result needs to truly respond to the desires, aspirations and dreams of those for whom it is designed. It’s about the light, the space, and how naturally the home fits into its surroundings. Capturing those special views, creating that cozy corner, designing that wonderful kitchen where friends and family spend their time – these are the memorable elements of a well designed home.
The design process is founded on open communication, the knowledge that listening and thoughtfully responding to what the clients say enables the creation of beautiful spaces that are also functional. This approach extends to our involvement with the contractor to assist in the management of the construction process, budget and schedule.
Keith Kodat launched Keith Kodat Home Design in early 2012 after moving to Cape Cod from Seattle, Washington. With over 30 years of experience working closely with his clients, craftsmen and contractors, Keith is known for his imaginative designs and the long-standing relationships he develops with every person he works with.
A native of Ohio, Keith received his architectural training at the University of Cincinnati School of Design, Architecture and Art. He moved to Seattle in 1980 and worked with Canatsey/Weinsten Architects. Later, as a partner at Michael Canatsey Associates, Keith specialized in the design of new and remodeled residences, commercial interiors and projects for the City of Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation.
Always focused on the creative use of light and space, exceptional detailing and the use of natural materials, Keith’s designs are as functional and individual as the people for whom he designs.
Keith has received numerous awards for his work including a Citation Award from the Sunset Magazine/AIA Western Homes Award Program and a Letter of Commendation from the Seattle Design Commission. He has also been featured in Better Homes & Gardens – Kitchen, Sunset Magazine, The Seattle Times and Pacific Northwest Magazine.