These LEGO-Like Cubes Create a Customizable Habitat for a Cat

By: David Ingram - Aug 17, 2015
References: lycs-arc & archdaily
For fans of felines looking for a stylish, imaginative and most importantly of all, playful upgrades to their home, the Chinese-based LYCS Architecture firm offers an imaginative new piece of cat furniture.

Known as the 'CATable 2.0,' four different varieties of cubed wooden blocks have been hollowed out with curved and shifting pathways for cats to travel and explore within. The blocks can also be stacked and arranged together in a number of different vertical combinations, creating an ever-changing playground for your pet, and also an ever-changing piece of unconventional decor for your household.

This project also isn't LYCS' first foray into cat furniture. Previously the firm debuted a solid wood table with the same hollowed-out design, called the 'CATable,' that also provided a space for both owner and pet.