Cats–At Home in the Meow-dern World
Cats like a modern design aesthetic, too!
Uni exposed the ceiling beams, formerly concealed by drywall and a kitschy light fixture upon which Schenk would hit...
The renovation revealed a 30-foot-deep well beneath the bedroom, which the team half-jokingly considered turning into a...
A section of the facade—a cross between a shoji screen and a barn door—slides open.
Proving that the wearables market transcends past people—and that inventors will always find a void in the market—the...
The hallway’s matte-white paint is a crisp backdrop to refurbished details like the balustrade.
The restrained 820-square-foot interior is defined by the angular ceiling.
Exposed structural beams are a historic nod to the loft’s previous life as a 19th-century warehouse and shipping dock.
The marble mantelpiece was one of the only salvageable elements in the home.
The couple's Calico cat, Popper, watches a flock of hen turkeys from a deck. Photo by Barry B. Doyle.
This small mousehole is a perfect getaway to a cat only section of the cat...
In the living room, the LivingColors lamp, though obscured from view by a Knoll sofa by Charles Pfister, mimics the...
Moby the cat sits on the windowsill, which the architect constructed by cutting a geometric pattern into a thick sheet...
Cultivating the land keeps the Moumings in a frequent rotation in and out of the house.
The steel-framed stair with concrete treads and glass guardrail makes a nice perch for the family cat to take in views...
Clayden is perfectly happy enjoying the subtropical sun on the balcony, though his much-beloved cat Ginger appears far...
The Guest bedroom just off the main courtyard, has furniture and bedding by Ikea and makes a comfortable napping area...
Count Dracula, one of two loft cats, curls up on Ionescu’s bed.
A cat can squeeze into any space that is at least as wide as its skull.
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