Flatpack aesthetics have become quite popular with businesses and consumers alike thanks to their ability to be easily shipped and assembled upon receiving, which is evident with the new 'Touffu' pet house.
Designed by Manel Jiménez Ibáñez and Violeta Alcaide Weishaupt for Diabla, the pet house features an angular aesthetic that can be assembled without any tools, glue or other components aside from the structural portions. This makes it a designer piece of furniture for the home that will be coveted by those who want to ensure they can offer their furry friend a spot to relax that doesn't come at the expense of their design preferences. The 'Touffu' pet house comes in two size varieties to make it suitable for dogs of various sizes.
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The 'Touffu' Pet House is Simple to Assemble without Tools
Michael Hemsworth — June 13, 2018 — Lifestyle
References: en.diablaoutdoor & homecrux