Pet Architecture Guide Book

Thursday, January 3, 2008

Pet Architecture Guide Book
By Atelier Bow-wow and Tokyo Institute of Technology Tsukamoto Architectural Laboratory
Pet architecture is a term for the buildings that have been squeezed into left over urban spaces. Curious shapes and inventive solutions for drainage, windows and air conditioning abound. Most of all, it is the extraordinary miniature size of these shacks, store rooms, sushi bars and bike shops which makes this project so fresh. Lovingly researched by a team of very young Japanese architects, each ‘pet’ includes a humorous description, full page photograph, a map and 3d sketch.

I hope to get this book as well.......