• Farrow designed Norwich Senior’s Housing Community Progressing

    February 22, 2022

    Let there be light: the Farrow designed Norwich seniors housing community’s sunburst radial building floor plan and varied ceiling heights, is all about connecting with the changing nature, direction, and quality of light throughout the day and seasons.

  • Hospitality Design Magazine Editor Interviews Tye Farrow For “What I’ve Learned” Series

    January 18, 2022

    The renowned Editor-in-chief of Hospitality Design Magazine, Stay Shoemaker, sat down with Tye Farrow to explore his early influences, present focus on how the built environment can cause health, and what he sees on the horizon as opportunities, post-covid, in constructing health. The discussion is part of @hdmag podcast series “what I’ve learned” with global leaders in the field of design.

  • Farrow in Hospitality Design Magazine’s annual ‘Big Ideas’ issue

    August 15, 2021

    The global premier Hospitality Design Magazine annual ‘Big Ideas’ issue features Farrow’s work on the coveted last page section. The issue focuses on “boundary pushing projects that are revolutionizing the way we think about design, climate, culture, and society.” Discussing the firm’s Market Bridge Toronto and the Venice Italy Archipelago projects, Farrow states “we want to create the conditions where we can flourish.”

  • Wood and Well-being in Long Term Care Environments

    June 15, 2021

    June 15, 2021. Farrow has authored a report titled - “Wood and Well-being in Long Term Care Environments: A review of the neuro-psychological, emotional and spiritual benefits of wood structures for aging communities.” An increase in life expectancy has placed new and growing demands and challenges on our hospitals and long-term care facilities, all further exacerbated by Covid.

  • Farrow Designs New Spa

    September 3, 2020

    We are familiar with the constant buzz of the city, but often the chance to experience the sensations of stillness and intimacy is lacking. An environment can offer a more appropriate scale and proximity, to establish a relationship between our body and the environment.