Farrow Designed Norwich Community Commences Construction

November 8, 2016. Construction has begun on the Farrow master planned community for the Netherlands Reformed Congregation of Norwich, near London, Ontario. The master plan includes a variety of housing types and education facilities that embrace the existing church as an integrated focal point for the congregation. The master plan includes independent living housing, assisted living facilities, expansion to the 800- student independent school and a major addition to the church. The first phase will be completed in late 2017.


Farrow presents on process at Canadian Institute

Tye Farrow will present "Designing the Process to Improve Health Outcomes" at the Canadian Institute in Toronto on October 26. His talk will focus on results achieved using a reliable and rigorous design decision-making process. Drawing on local and global examples from his projects, he will describe a collaborative approach that raises the bar for patient and staff wellness, while demonstrating greater value for money.


Farrow to judge TimberFever Challenge

Tye Farrow will serve as a judge for Moses Structural Engineers second annual TimberFever Design-Build Challenge at Ryerson University. This event brings architectural science and civil engineering students together to build a life-size structure by drawing on their knowledge of woodwork and design.

The general public is invited to watch the final build take place on Ryerson’s Gould Street on Sunday afternoon, September 25, 2016, beginning at 1 p.m. The public will be invited to vote online for the People's Choice Award until Tuesday September 27.


Ketchum Hall opens to great acclaim

The great hall is the first phase of Royal St. Georges College redevelopment plan. Here is a 360 viewport of the space. Enthusiastic reactions by students on opening day of the transformed Ketchum Hall included:

I couldn’t have imagined what we had before could become this. – Everett R. – Grade 12

Ketchum Hall has turned into one of the coolest places in the school. – Rupert C-R., Grade 12


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