These houses are generally around working farms and often houses community gardens, trails, and lots of outdoor space to collaborate
One thing that didn’t slow down during the pandemic was home design. As our home spaces continue to evolve over due course of time, we must make necessary changes to achieve comfort. It’s been two years since the first lockdown was imposed, and since then, there have been several trends and terminologies that went viral in the interior designing space. As the country club for older generations, Agrihood (a mixture of neighborhood and agriculture) is for millennials. These houses are generally around working farms and often houses community gardens, trails, and lots of outdoor space to collaborate with agrihoods and neighbors, providing a much-needed change in the total lifestyle of the people.
Some of the prominent names in the agrihood are Olivette in Asheville, NC, and Middlebrook Farm in Iowa. In the agrihood setup, professional farmers will take care of the complex farming activities, whereas the residents will volunteer to help. Even though agrihood has been around for a long time, it has gained immense traction only in recent times. As of July 2021, there were more than 200 agrihoods in the US. Just as we can see that our neighborhoods are changing, offices are also evolving to support a healthy lifestyle.