Designed to connect people to the places they share, Farmy sparks meaningful human interactions, combatting urban isolation and loneliness.
Meaningful human interaction is essential to health and wellbeing.
Urban areas today are undergoing an epidemic of loneliness and isolation—as bad for your health as smoking.
We believe design impacts how people use and relate to space. Structures and spaces affect how we work, play, and feel.
Design can also influence how we interact and connect with one another.
Intent on producing places conducive to meaningful connection, we’ve developed a masterplan that supports a return to the best aspects of communal living.
Modern civilization may give us an easy life, but it has also deprived us of an invaluable sense of community and interdependence. – Sebastian Junger
Collectivism Core Buildings
A series of communal buildings in the centre of the development are designed to suit diverse needs and interests. Communal spaces include our kitchen, dining room, greenhouse, café, workspaces and recreational facilities, all in walking distance of one another.
Connection Human-Centred Design
Our corridors are semi-public spaces that inspire interaction while comfortably keeping private areas out of view. Farmy’s large open areas provide spaces for people to interact and connect naturally.
Communal Kitchen Shared Experience
Food is a vehicle for culture, connection, and shared experience. Farmy’s community kitchen is a place to come together, socialize, cook, and learn from the occasional guest speaker or chef.