An awareness raising initiative, “Architects for animals,” recently invited designers and architects of Los Angeles, California, to participate in an initiative of helping homeless felines of the city. The task was to design and build functional and modern outdoor dwellings for our little feline friends. Which were then sold at the event to raise funds for the non-profit organization FixNation, trying to save as many kittens as possible.
Creativity here was limitless. From the cathedral-evoking perch with faux stained glass windows, including a humorous fish-shaped shelter. And biomorphic trellis-pouf made from recycled plastic, Spanish moss and Korean grass, to a groovy spiral shelter assembled from a kit of interchangeable parts.
CallisonRTKL’s Cathedral-Evoking Perch With Faux Stained-Glass Windows And A Scaled-Down Disco Ball