Australian media continue to demonstrate their enthusiasm for Farrow's focus on using the built environment to enhance people's ability to thrive. Tye Farrow's design is featured in the Sydney Morning Herald and he explains his approach, "To thrive is linked to the idea of prosperity. What we build has a big impact on our minds, ability to think and feel better, to work better. This is the idea of total health."
"It's more than just environmental design, complete with green ratings...((it is instead) something that becomes beloved, not disposable"
For example, at Credit Valley Hospital, "We wanted to bring the lines of nature into the built form. When people walk into the building, they feel as if they are part of something, there is a deep-rooted connection," he said. Read the article here.