Food, hygiene or entertainment are issues that every caregiver assumes as their responsibilities with the arrival of a new pet at home. However, sometimes it seems that aspects such as rest and comfort go unnoticed.
Still haven't found the ideal kennel for your dog? These objects have embraced groundbreaking, simple, minimalist designs and are made from different materials. If you are having a hard time choosing, we have compiled below the best dog shelters for architecture lovers. Surely one of them will become your pet's new favorite place!
Who said that there are no beautiful houses for large dogs? The architecture studio RAH: DESIGN from Los Angeles, California, has designed this cabin with a minimalist style, pure lines and aesthetic simplicity that will undoubtedly provide your best friend with the degree of comfort he needs.
This booth has a rest area and another for water and food bowls. The steel and Brazilian teak finishes are most attractive and, in addition, it has lights and wheels to easily move it around!
A flagship sample of design and technology at the service of animals. It turns out that the automobile giant Ford has patented this original noise-canceling booth, ideal for protecting animals from bombs and fireworks that disturb them so much.
This modern cabin incorporates microphones that capture excess decibels and cancel out high noise levels outside. An aesthetic and functional way to integrate animals into society and guarantee their well-being
A Canadian architect has created the Kooldog House, a shed with an avant-garde and minimalist design that will surely integrate perfectly with the rest of the decoration in your garden.
What dog would not like to live surrounded by their favorite object? The English studio Coffey Architects has created Fetch, a booth with a simple and classic structure, whose holes are filled with hundreds of tennis balls. Give your dog a treat with this innovative home!
Cubix is another of those doghouses with a distinctive look. It is the ideal option for animals of different sizes, with lacquered wood finishes and unbreakable glass so that they can safely shelter from all inclement weather. This tiny house costs about two thousand euros, so if you decide on it, we hope that your dog will feel very comfortable.