We believe in the efficacy of form and the social and economic value of intentionally crafted space.


Lovett Keshet Studio is a full service architecture and design practice. We offer a range of services for clients who seek an innovative and contemporary approach to design. We are a certified woman-owned business (WBE, WOSB) and a member of the Sustainable Business Network of Philadelphia.



Modern Architecture


Harvard Graduate School of Design, Masters of Architecture
University of Pennsylvania, BA in Architecture

Elizabeth Lovett is a registered architect with over 15 years of professional experience. Her interest in the language of geometry and the pragmatic constraints of materials and construction has led her to become heavily involved in the engineering and fabrication of many of her designs.

Originally from Louisville, Ky, Elizabeth gained architectural experience in master planning, design, and construction documentation at Stanev Potts Architects and Kieran Timberlake in Philadelphia, as well as the Galante Architecture Studio in Boston. She has worked as a project engineer for the A. Zahner Company, co-designing and overseeing the manufacture and on-site installation of complex facade systems.

Elizabeth is a trustee and board member of the Gladwyne Free Library and a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania in the department of Architecture. She is a co-author of Material Design: Informing Architecture by Materiality, published by Birkhauser and her drawings appear in The Function of Form, by Farshid Moussavi.



Harvard Graduate School of Design, Masters of Architecture
Vassar College, BA in Economics

Yair Keshet is a registered architect with over 15 years of experience. His aptitude in finding efficiency and beauty in spatial relationships has enabled him to lead as the project architect on a variety of prominent projects worldwide.

He has worked as a lead designer on numerous award-winning projects internationally. At the office of Preston Scott Cohen, he was a key member on the design of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Taiyuan Museum of Art, and the Nanjing University Performing Arts Center. All three built projects celebrate the relationship of site context, building form, and public space with thoughtful landscape connections between central civic hubs and the greater city. At Populous Architecture, he was a key member of the design team for Baylor University McLane Stadium, including the exterior park spaces along the Brazos River, connecting the venue to the larger campus and the Waco community. More recently Yair was a Project Manager / Project Architect with Erdy McHenry Architecture, earning Pennsylvania Firm of the Year Award from the AIA in 2015.

Yair is a Jerusalem native who grew up in both Israel and Lexington, Massachusetts.