The Roam co-living project aims to resolve two frequently faced problems for people who jump from country to country -- loneliness and residence difficulties.
Whether it is unfeasible for a frequent traveler to constantly move their belongings and furniture from country-to-country or they face loneliness when landing in a new country -- or both -- the Roam co-living project is designed to address these issues. The network involves setting up international communal living spaces that 'nomads' can frequent for as long as they want. The network makes the nomadic lifestyle cheaper, more convenient and a lot less lonely.
With the point of the co-living project being "to meet as many people as possible," the network so far has set up spaces in Bali, Madrid and Miami and hopes to have up to 10 locations around the world by 2017.