This house in Ho Chi Minh City was renovated to include a special staircase for the owners’ dogs, which features narrower treads and shorter rises than human stairs to make it more suited to canine strides.
Studio North built this two-storey residence in Calgary with various storage spaces integrated into the walls, including a lofted nook accessed by a ladder, and this circular opening for the family dog.
Muji creative director Kenya Hara collaborated with a group of architects and designers including Kengo Kuma, Shigeru Ban and MVRDV to come up with this series of architectural structures that are just for dogs.
After spying a gap in the market for reasonably priced but nice-looking pet products, Inma Bermudéz designed IKEA‘s first pet-only furniture collection, which includes a mini version of the iconic Klippan sofa.
Japanese studio Nendo designed a range of dog accessories that are suited for minimally furnished homes – providing an alternative to the typically garish toys that the firm considers to be dominating the market.
A corner inside this Japanese home was designated as an enclosure for the family dogs to play and sleep, meaning the pets can be immersed in family life without making a mess around the house.
German furniture maker Nils Holger Moormann created a dog-sized version of his human-sized flat-pack beds, called Kläffer.
Nendo’s collection of transformable canine accessories include a dog bed, dishes and toys – all of which have dual uses thanks to a construction of triangular panels connected in a polygon mesh.
This pooch-proportioned wooden house by Australian design brand Made by Pen and Melbourne-based architect Michael Ong was designed to fill a gap in the market for affordable “designer dog kennels”. It boasts a steeply pitched gabled roof and a form based on a child-like drawing of a home.
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