• Farrow’s TMS Campus in Canadian Architect Magazine

    September 4, 2021

    Farrow’s TMS Campus in Canada’s national magazine for architecture, written by Canadian Architect Magazine Editor Elsa Lam. She writes: “a sophisticated, peaceful feel that is a balm to brains of all ages.”

  • Farrow’s Cancer Centre in Jerusalem Post

    August 16, 2021

    Dr Ben Corn, Deputy Director and Head of Radiation Medicine at the Farrow designed new Shaare Zedek Cancer Center, set to open in 2022 interviewed in The Jerusalem Post comments

  • 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.”

  • Market Bridge in STOREYS

    August 5, 2021

    Erin Nicole Davis writing in STOREYS, “. . . a one-of-a-kind retail incubator, filled with a variety of multicultural themed gourmet food stalls, high quality local produce and foods, handmade chocolates, artisan bakers, sustainably and ethically sourced coffee, locally grown flower stalls, and Ontario-produced fruit and vegetables.”

  • Treehugger article “How to Turn a Car Sewer Into an ‘Inhabited Bridge’

    August 3, 2021

    “Farrow knows about health . . . and he also is a pioneer in mass timber . . . "The pandemic has offered a rare opportunity to envisage a more refined balance between transportation needs, the public realm, flexible community space, thereby creating a more energetic and complete urban environment for the citizens of Toronto.” Lloyd Alter writing in Treehugger article “How to Turn a Car Sewer Into an 'Inhabited Bridge' - Tye Farrow wants to turn a Toronto icon into a place for people as well as cars”.