Many cat owners know that the real master of their home is their cat, and their mission is to care for their pets as best as possible. Some people buy cat houses, beds, and best cat scratches, some order custom made furniture, but a couple from Brooklyn has gone even further...
The New York studio BFDO Architects have created a real "cat house" for a couple of philologists from Brooklyn.
The owners of the spacious three-story house have always dreamed of a bright and unusual interior that would freely house their vast home library and art collection, and their two fearful cats who weren't too enthusiastic about guests.
So they came up with the idea of a book rack with multiple shelves stretched across the wall. The custom-made structure was designed so that the cats could easily climb to the top.
Furthermore, several cat doors connect the first and the second floors so that the kitties who hate closed doors can move freely across the floors.
The owners of this extraordinary home love arts, so they wanted to find interesting ways to use color and light to create a comfortable space to live in and work.
The highlight of one wall is a diorama depicting a tiny copy of the master's living room.
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The interior of the house is both modern and light.
The study is on the upper floor. It also boasts the balcony, which serves as a lounge zone
The unusual furniture is perfectly designed to demonstrate the homeowners' big collection of art and books.
The only "cat-free zone" is the lower floor, which is reserved for guests and sports.
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