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These Outdoor Cat Shelters Have More Style Than the Average Home

Cat shelter designed by Lehrer Architects.  

 

Photo by Grey Crawford

These inspired outdoor cat shelters created by some of Los Angeles’ leading design firms were made for Architects for Animals’ Giving Shelter, a benefit event for feline charity FixNation held on Wednesday at the Herman Miller showroom in L.A.

All of the shelters have been donated to FixNation, which spays and neuters homeless cats across L.A. A publicist for the event told me that the charity would choose the best locations for the cat shelters, which will be used “on private property where cats live out of doors.”

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Cat shelter designed by d3architecture.  

 

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Cat shelter designed by HOK.

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Cat shelter designed by Wolcott Architecture Interiors. 

 

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Cat shelter designed by Perkins and Will.

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Cat shelter designed by RNL.

 

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Cat shelter designed by DSH Architecture.

 

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Cat shelter designed by NAC Architecture.

 

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Cat shelter designed by Standard Architecture Design.

 

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Cat shelter by Standard Architecture Design.

 

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Cat shelter designed by Abramson Teiger Architects.

 

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Cat shelter by Formation Association + Edgar Arceneaux.

 

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Cat shelter designed by RTKL.  

 

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Cat shelter designed by Space Int’l.

Courtesy of Found Animals

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