Fast Company's Adele Peters shares a new way to rent without being tied down to a particular unit—or even a particular country.
Roam, a network of co-living spaces, offers an alternative way to live "location-independently", and allows people who work remotely a flexible, comfortable place to stay and meet new people.
By combining co-living with nomadism, Haid hoped to help alleviate the loneliness of showing up in a new city and culture, knowing no one. Residents each have their own private bedroom and bathroom, but they also have access to a coworking space and shared communal areas. The point is to meet as many people as possible.