“You have to understand what are they worried about, what are their fears, what are they trying to do? If we don’t engage with them that way, it doesn’t matter what technology we use.”

ROY ROSIN | CHIEF INNOVATION OFFICER, PENN MEDICINE


DESIGN FOR A NEW CARE MODEL

The future of cancer care.

Architecture meets fashion for a charitable cause

DRESSED: A runway fashion show featuring ‘clothes’ created from materials typically used for buildings.

Hosting a virtual visit for next-generation architects

Summer 2020: May Architecture ‘virtually’ hosts students from Georgia Tech’s Pre-College Design……

Employee Spotlight

TBD

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DESIGN FOR PATIENT EXPERIENCE

Care that is responsive to, and respectful of, the patient.

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Amid a Pandemic, Running a “virtual” 5k for a Cause

Winship 5k: Third year in a row sponsoring a team to help make a difference in the fight against cancer

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Dismantling Racism Book Club

We read three books, then gathered in a facilitated discussion to review what we learned about racism.

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American Heart Association Golf Outing

A captain’s choice scramble that supports the fight against heart diseases and stroke.

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PLANNING FOR FUTURE SPACE NEEDS

Considering multi-purpose use v. anticipating flexibility for future change.

Employee Spotlight

TBD

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Happy Graduation, Monica Magcalas!

A virtual graduation party for Monica, who received her Master’s degree from Georgia Tech in May 2020.

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Showcasing Employee Artwork

Our in-house Art Consultant, Nancy Sokolove, curates May Architecture’s employee artwork exhibit.

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