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.”

“We are living in what has been described as the ‘golden age’ of neuroscience research,” says Farrow, “which is leading to innovative ideas about how to live a fulfilling and healthful life, and the role our built environments play in this equation.”

 “Some of the insights he’s garnered are about why young brains thrive when kids are in natural environments. It turns out that neurons light up when we encounter the fractal patterns that are abundant in the natural world. Our brains are also stimulated in situations of “positive ambiguity”—places that are visually coherent, but that also have sufficient variety that we need to make sense of things.”