K9 Kouch

Phoenix, Arizona
Location
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • This project page was created by community member Creo Architects

    The K9 Kouch is a piece of furniture that fits into any modern home. It is a multi-functional
    end table, dog couch, and cat play tunnel, providing a space for your pets to join you while you are reading, or watching tv.


    The dimensions and design accommodate the size/activities of a dog: rest their head

    through the hole, watch activity in the room, or simply curl up. The shape of the dog

    couch cavity is based on studies of our dogs lounging around the office and how they

    curl up to sleep.


    It was not overlooked that many dog lovers are also cat lovers. So this unique piece

    of furniture also is play tunnel for your cat to climb through and/or taunt your dog.

    Rendered Section through doghouse. Shows couch for the dog, tunnel for the cat, and the locations of the structure that holds all the plywood panels together.

    Photo Courtesy of Creo Architects

    Plan of Doghouse, shows relation to the curve of dogs as they lounge

    Photo Courtesy of Creo Architects

    Image of final product.

    Photo Courtesy of Creo Architects
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    Creo Architects
    @creoarchitects
    In July 2007, Jack Leonard started the professional corporation of creo architects. Over the past 10 years, we have had the opportunity to work with some truly great clients. Prior to that, he was a founding principal of cambium architects. Jack has over 30 years of professional experience towards design excellence within our built environment. He has worked for firms in Boston, Tucson, Seattle and Phoenix, and his work has received both regional and national attention. Our range of work varies from offices, corporate headquarters, manufacturing, industrial, medical, custom homes, educational facilities and tenant improvements. We are organized so the firm's principal and staff are actively involved throughout each design effort. Staff size and teamwork enable us to invest personal attention and maintain the continuity essential to effective service. Jack's varied experience with small & large firms has given him an appreciation for hands-on attention to the project. In order to achieve this hands-on attention, and involvement in all projects from beginning to end, we prefer to keep our firm small. We are organized so the firm's principal is actively involved throughout each design effort. Staff size and teamwork enable us to invest personal attention and maintain the continuity essential to effective service. Creo Architects is currently celebrating 10 years of creating memorable architecture design through our work with great clients. We look forward to continuing our existing relationships and creating new ones in the next 10 years.
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