Tiny Taj Mahal
Your home may be your castle, but there’s no reason to make your dog settle for anything less than a palace. This replica of the Taj Mahal is made of architectural foam and white-washed stucco.
A custom-built pooch palace, this house is intended for smaller dogs who don’t chew on their surrounds, and for owners with plenty of disposable income.
Photo: Courtesy of Rockstar Puppy
A Frank Lloyd Wright Designed Dog House
When a twelve-year-old boy wrote to the world’s most prominent architect asking him to design a home for the family dog, Frank Lloyd Wright responded with designs for the most Prarie Style of dog houses. Designed after he completed designs for the Guggenheim Museum, Wright’s take on the classic dog house was constructed in the ’60s, but was damaged and disposed of over a decade later.
Today, that little boy has grown up and now tours the country with a recreation of the dog house, rebuilt to the original specifications.
Photo: Courtesy of The Huffington Post