Newly-founded Pyramid Design Co., an Atlanta-based design studio, has released photos of their aptly-named Puphaus, a dog house inspired by modern architecture. The doggy domicile is clad in strips of red cedar that wrap around the enclosure to create clean, minimal horizontal lines. Its roof and flooring are comprised of hardy Portland cement board. The Puphaus does require assembly but its parts can be joined without tools. As Pyramid founders Roy Fleeman and Zach Griggs say, it's "time to ditch the plastic igloos and give our pups some stylish new digs."
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