Architecture for Dogs Caters to the Needs of Each Pooch

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Nov 8, 2012 • References: architecturefordogs & likecool
A project curated by Japanese art director and designer Kenya Hara, Architecture for Dogs celebrates each breed's individuality.

Hara commissioned 11 different architects to come up with structures that are tailored specifically for a certain type of dog. Hara himself designed the 'Pointed T,' a giant cone for the Japanese Terrier; architect Kazuyo Sejima designed a cloud-shaped cocoon for the super fluffy Bichon Frise dog; and Konstantin Grcic designed a setup called 'Paramount,' a round vanity mirror with a luxuriously carpeted stand for the vain Poodle.

If you like what you see, you can also get involved as the blueprints and customization instructions for each project will soon be available on the Architecture for Dogs website. Stats for Canine Breed-Specific Structures Trending: Older & Warm
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