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Architecture for Dogs

Inspired by the indoor life of many urban dogs, a team of Japanese designers have recently launched a new initiative to create transportation and play stations for our favorite canine companions. Aptly titled Architecture for Dogs, the project asserts 13 various designs to the world, from complex interwoven strollers to freestanding acrylic ‘houses’ – each of which was designed by premier architects like Toyo Ito and Kenya Hara. Furthermore, blueprints and walkthrough videos for each design are featured on the site, allowing dog owners to build their own structures. Head over to the Architecture for Dogs site to explore the designs, and look for an exhibition of all the designs at TOTO GALLERY•MA in Tokyo.

Date: Nov 18, 2013  /  Views: 5258  /  Author: Staff  /  Photographer: Brandon Shigeta/HYPEBEAST
Category: Design  /  Tags: Architecture, Architecture for dogs