Confined spaces that lack interactive areas which can be widely seen in many offices and houses today can also lead to mental problems. The rapid technology advancement has greatly impacted the ‘working norms’ in such a way that the ‘9 to 5 job’ has slowly become inapplicable and that the Millennial are working much longer hours than expected. It has been proven that the right amount of working hours, sleep, exercising, socializing and having the “Me Time” can help to eliminate loneliness. Spending time in the natural environment improves our mental health and wellbeing, combat loneliness and bind communities together. As such, co-working space in an open environment is seen as one of the solutions to combat living and working in confined spaces and thus, help to enhance the interaction between people and the living things.