Elliot Chang

Architect Pets Makes Modernist Doggy Daybeds and Scratching Posts for Design-Loving Pets

by , 11/13/13

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Led by the creative direction of recognized pet furniture designer Corey Drew, Architect Pets creates innovative pet products that are simply irresistible to any design conscience home and pet owner. Their aim is to revolutionize the pet industry with very unique, yet highly functional and comfortable pet furniture. The collection was inspired by a blend of midcentury Scandinavian furniture design and the Bauhaus Movement in Germany during the early twentieth century.

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The Modloft Pet Furniture Collection is as much about the combination of materials as it is about the design. This unique collection is created with either renewable bamboo or rich acacia hardwood. Each piece will fit seamlessly into your home décor while not only attracting attention from your pet, but also catching the eye of anyone that passes. Architect Pets designed each piece to represent quality craftsmanship, construction and last but not least, comfort.

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