"Pupperoni Macaroni" explores the silhouette of a conventional dog house extruded along a bent "macaroni" curve. This simple gesture allows for two "front doors" for two different pups or for the always classic game of "running in circles". Put two or more houses end-to-end and create unlimited squiggles and loops. Drawing inspiration from the facade of James Stirling's No 1 Poultry in London, the stripes visually tie the two doors together and give the house a timeless and contemporary look suited for the modern doggo. 1'6"x2'x4'
Donated by OMNIPLAN and VCC
Contributions by: Carpentry Associates