Farrow Begins Work on Seminal V2 and V6 Residential Prototype Buildings

November 9, 2017. Farrow has been hired by R-Homes to develop prototype designs for housing that will fill the “missing middle” in the residential real estate market, that of six storey typologies and two storey laneway housing. The prefabricated building types are envisioned as a new model that will change how housing is created and developed, changing it from the common view of an asset, to that of a product, that can be rapidly constructed and procured. Prototypes of the new designs will be displayed in downtown Toronto in early June 2017.


Farrow Speaks at Ontario Hospital Association Health Achieves 2017 Conference

November 8, 2017. Tye Farrow presented his views on the importance of the ‘design of the process’, not just the building design, to achieve superior health outcomes at the signature conference and exhibition of the Ontario Hospital Association. Farrow presented along side Diana Anderson, the self described “Doc-tech”, on the relationship of what we build to human health outcomes. Health Achieves 2017 conference serves to provide delegates with a venue that is continuously forward-looking, and in which imagination and ideas are encouraged and cultivated.


Farrow Engaged to Create New Golf Simulation Centre

November 1, 2017. Farrow has been hired by The Toronto Hunt to design a new golf simulation centre, pro shop and related spaces overlooking the Lake Ontario. One of the oldest hunt clubs in North America and the second oldest in Canada, the Hunt was founded in 1843. Today, The Toronto Hunt owns approximately 71 acres with 2,000 feet of frontage overlooking the lake.


Farrow Presents at the Inaugural Healthy City Design International Congress, London, England

October 17, 2017. Tye Farrow presented and participated at the first Health City Design International in London, England. The first of its kind, the conference focused on how to design healthier, more sustainable cities that measure and promote health as it relates to culture, communities, economics, environmental, physical and mental health.


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