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The Ho Chi Minh City House Boasts Narrower and Shorter Steps for Dogs

 - Aug 14, 2012
References: zero7beach.blogspot & dezeen
The newly built Ho Chi Minh City House has a feature than many pet-loving individuals will wish they had in their own home: stairs reserved specifically for their furry friends. While some people might think that this is a species segregating addition that should not be tolerated (note the playful tone), most people will view it as a considerate creation that really shows their pets how much they are loved. Narrower with shorter steps, it makes it an easier climb for dogs and cats.

Designed by architecture studio 07Beach, the Ho Chi Minh City House is otherwise modern and minimalist. The stairs for the homeowners' pets is what truly makes this interior stand out. It not only adds character, it also shows off one of the more important passions the couple share.