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.
"Observing the favorite place of this dog, whose qualities make him a good partner for people, we found that he’s happiest on his master’s clothes. The smell and the feeling of the fabric set the dog at ease. So we devised a piece of furniture for the dog to inhabit that would incorporate the master’s clothes," explain Koichi Suzuno and Shinya Kamuro of Torafu Architects.
By Lisa Johnson Mandell
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