You can do this anywhere.



To fight loneliness and help others realize their full potential.

We create spaces for play, collaboration, and meaningful connection. Started in San Francisco, with our eyes on every corner of this blue and green rock. 

We believe


Strangers are just friends you haven't yet met. There are seven billion people out there, many of whom could change our lives with a single interaction:

What if we were to collide with our soul people? 


Together, we can build new realities. That doesn't mean it's time to escape the present. But short vacations for our mind can leave us inspired and motivated.

How might we imagine something better for everyone?


Connection happens when you disconnect. Technology and pace take us out of the present moment and away from others. In the west especially, loneliness is an endemic:

What if everyone moved out of their heads and into their hearts?


Every moment can be infused with wonder. Design allows us to transform every reality into something beautiful. It allows us to make even the mundane magical:

What if we could create more moments that would stay with us forever? 


“Today is your day. Your mountain is waiting. So get on your way.”

DR. SEUSS  |  FROM: OH! the places you'll go

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Our story

Dr. Seuss was once challenged to write a children's novel in less than fifty words. He did, Green Eggs & Ham, and every word was monosyllabic–every word except anywhere

Anywhere is a break from monotony and the grind. Literally, it interrupts the cadence of the story. And for years, it's reminded us to make the mundane magical:

You can do this anywhere. 

Anywhere are experimental spaces that inspire, connect, and empower others. We've run them now for three years–in the woods, in warehouses, at apartments. And they all have a few things in common: they build psychological safety through story, encourage collaboration, and accelerate change by unlocking human potential.

Home is the people we can’t live without. That’s not space-specific.
— Anonymous