The cat population can be a big problem in many parts of the world, but Architects for Animals hopes to minimize it in as humane a way as possible. Its efforts revolve around stunning outdoor cat shelters that any stylish contemporary individual would want to display in their own yard or balcony. Revealed earlier during the Giving Shelter exhibit, people are now being treated to a closer look at the designs.
Architects for Animals donated proceeds from the event to FixNation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to minimizing cat populations in a humane way. The collection of cat shelters features the work of Abramson Teiger Architects, DSH// architecture, Formation Association + Edgar Arceneaux, Perkins and Will and more. Each of the Architects for Animals submissions is more experimental than the next.
Architects for Animals Designs Stunning Outdoor Spaces for Cats
1. Stylish Outdoor Cat Shelters - Opportunity for innovative designs and materials in creating aesthetically pleasing cat shelters.
2. Humane Solutions for Cat Population Control - Emphasis on finding compassionate and effective ways to minimize cat populations.
3. Collaborative Efforts in Cat Shelter Design - Opportunity for architects and designers to collaborate on creating unique and functional cat shelters.
1. Architecture - Innovative designs for outdoor cat shelters can inspire architects to explore new possibilities in building design.
2. Non-profit Organizations - Opportunity for non-profit organizations to collaborate with architects and designers in finding humane solutions for cat population control.
3. Pet Products - Increased demand for stylish and functional outdoor cat shelters can drive innovation in the pet products industry.