Architects from all over the world were asked to design and build unique, breed-specific habitats for man’s best friend. They're now on display at the Long Beach Museum of Art.
"The fur of the bichon frise is distinct. Extremely white, soft and fluffy, it’s like cotton candy or a wisp of cloud. This architecture resembles the bichon frise, with its fascinating fur," says Kazuyo Sejima. "Our goal was to create a shape that would be completed by the reclining bichon frise. Dog and architecture would become one."
By Lisa Johnson Mandell
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