This open concept was designed to mimic the natural canopy of a grove. The lower portion provides a small nook tucked away for the sleep area mimicking a burrow hole while providing views to the outside. The thin columns provide support for the turf roof while giving it a sense of weightlessness. 3'x3'x4'
Donated by BKV Group and Walsh Group
Contributions by: NOW Specialties, Inc./Siteline Interior Carpentry, Inc./Site Planning Site Development
Bringing a piece of the fantasy world into your home. Your little pup can hang out inside of the house, or even perch itself over it. The small "flower beds" in front can be used to place its favorite toys. Every dog needs its own house from which to set out on their epic adventures, even the tiny ones! Because even the smallest creature can change the course of the future. 1'10"x3'x4'
Donated by Corgan and McCarthy
Contributions by: KSC, Inc.
This pirate ship is sure to make any teacup pup feel like the big dog of the seas. With multiple levels and a vast interior, there is plenty to explore. Pup overboard! but don't worry, the splash pad is shallow and perfect to cool off during those hot summer days. The gang plank and sail mast both retract for easier transportation. 36"x36"x48"
Donated by DLR Group and BK Hatcher
Contributions by: Mello Millwork and Decor
The Box is not just a box! The design starts with a box and adds and subtracts elements to create a doghouse for a playful pup. The entry awning provides shade for the pup who likes to lay outside and catch some sun, while the back window provides views for the dog who prefers to stay inside and watch from him comfortable bed. Rustic and durable building elements, such as cypress wood and metal accents, enclose the space; graphics enhance the playfulness while the folding bowl holders for food and water add a layer of practicality. 2'9"x3'x4'
Donated by O'Brien Architects and MAPP
Contributions by: Stash Design
"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