Puppy Pads

OC – ever wanted the perfect pad for your puppy?! Well check out this artists work and you will be sure to find the perfect match for your family friend.

Long Beach Museum of Art is showcasing “Architecture for Dogs”, a whimsically playful take on breed-specific dwellings created by Japanese designer Kenya Hara and several other talented architects  and artists such as Kengo Kuma, Shigeru Ban and Konstantin Grcic. Each with their own assigned pup to build and design for. From Pugs to Toy Poodles, you will get a kick out of seeing these little homes and how breed specific and inventive the designers were able to be. The Museums art director shared that “it’s a sincere effort to see how space can be shared between humans and canines. ” Just as you love being able to come back to your sanctuary every day, your pup probably would love to have the same home to crawl into, hence the saying “home is where the heart is.”

Since the exhibit opened, the Long Beach Museum of Art’s visitor flow has increased fifty percent  and it has a thirty percent visitor rate higher than any other exhibit in the museum so it must be something worth checking out. And if you are a nervous owner who hates leaving you dog at home, well good news, the exhibit allows smaller dogs to brought in as long as you hold them and larger dogs can be checked at the “doggy valet”! The exhibit runs through September 1st.

For more questions on puppy pads or where to find your next home, contact one of Lifestyle Professionals here at MODTOWNREALTY today!