Beloved by many people, there are tons of dog products you can find on market. Dog house, as one of the most important product, get attentions from many designers. There are many interesting designs, and some are quite high-tech and luxurious, like the Samsung dream doghouse. But there are also some reasonable and considerable doghouses, which not only take care of dog, but also the owner. They either provide extra storage space for toys or have a sleek design make it can easily fit in owner’s home décor.
Costing a grand $30,600 USD and taking six weeks to produce, the Samsung “dream doghouse” is a one-off design. Modeled by architects to create the most suitable and luxurious exterior and interior as possible, it is aimed for pampered pooches who can enjoy two indoor living areas – one for rest and relaxation, and the other for dining and entertainment. The inside features a “push-to-woof” call bell, themed wallpaper, framed portraits of family and friends, a contemporary skylight and even a operational snack dispenser. On the outside area, the pet can use a specifically designed treadmill and a hot-tub spa. Honestly, I have no words for this doghouse, but I am definitely sure it is not something for every dog.
Straight Line Design is a creative design studio created unusual furniture and life object. Just like the cartoon-like kids furniture they made, they just crafted a brand new series called “Pet Trailers”. Made from environmentally-friendly materials like recyclable aluminium Stainless Steel and fiberglass, it includes four unique, dog-sized trailers which is fully customizable. So if you are going out for camp and want to take your dog with you. You might want to give them a separate trailer? However, this cute pet trailer is pretty pricey – start at $1000.00 each.
If you like spending time with your pets, you probably will love the Rocking-2-Gether Chair! Designed by Houston architect Paul Kweton, this chair is a hybrid between a rocking chair and dog/cat house. The idea behind the project is to create some relaxing shared moment between people and animals. The prototype chair is made out of CNC milled birch plywood. The density and amount of the CNC milled ‘ribs’ can be controlled with differently sized wooden spacers, ergo controlling the visual connection between the person and his/her pet. Love the design? Too bad it is still a prototype but Paul is looking for manufacturers and distributors. Hope we can see it soon on market. [source]