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.
Haruka Misawa of the Hara Design Institute directs, "Take one large sheet of heavy paper. Cut a part off and fold it. Hang it from the ceiling and you have a territory for your dog in the room. You don’t need nails or any construction tools; with just stationery anyone can make this house."
By Lisa Johnson Mandell
3 of 13