Keenan May

Keenan May

San Francisco, CA, US



Keenan oversees Product for CoWorkr, a real-time occupancy and analytics company and also operates a small design practice called Northerly.



Northerly, Midwest, Sole Proprietor

Operate a small design practice for architectural and other design services.

Jan 2019 - current

coWorkr, San Francisco, CA, US, Founder, Product

Oct 2013 - current


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, MArch, Masters of Architecture

Graduate Architecture Degree with Thesis on Physical Computing and Situated Technologies

Sep 2010 - May 2012

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, BArch, Architecture

Architecture Undergraduate Degree

Sep 2004 - May 2006


Raoul Wallenberg Endowment, 2nd Place

Of the 100+ undergraduate students, the best work their final design studio in the Wallenberg Studio Awards is considered for this award. Winners receive funds from the Raoul Wallenberg Endowment to explore and engage in the culture of the country they visit, exploring architecture and culture, and getting acquainted with the people. The Wallenberg Travel Reports display some students' experiences.


Taubman Scholar, 1st Place

The Taubman Scholar award is given upon admission to the college. Taubman scholars receive a scholarship for their attendance. The continuation of the award is given to those who exhibit academic excellence through their first year. This award period at the Taubman College of Architecture was for 2010-2014.


AIA Henry Adams Medal & Certificate, 1st Place

In each recognized school of architecture in the United States, the American Institute of Architects annually awards an engraved medal to the M.Arch. degree candidate with the highest scholastic standing. A certificate is awarded to the degree candidate with the second highest standing. The faculty determines the awards.


Burton L. Kampner Memorial Award, Award

Burton L. Kampner Memorial Award is presented to the undergraduate student whose final design project is considered to be the most outstanding.


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