The Atlanta Business Chronicle recently published an insightful article shedding light on  the design of the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory Midtown. In an interview with the publication, Gil May, our founding principal, describes the collaborative and inclusive process of working alongside Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) to drive the patient-centered design.

The Winship Cancer Institute stands as a testament to May Architecture’s mission of contributing meaningfully to the built environment. Gil’s leadership and innovative mindset have resulted in remarkable structures while shaping a firm culture that embraces creativity and purpose. This feature reminds us of the importance of pushing boundaries and finding inspiration in the transformative spaces we create.


Read the article here: “The Atlanta Business Chronicle: New Winship Cancer Institute in Midtown Features Patient-First Design”