Architects, designers, and artists from all around the world have joined forces to participate in this project called “BowWow Haus” which aims to raise funds for the well-being of homeless animals. These creative people have designed unique dog houses and shelters as a part of a new exhibition that will be open to the visitors until April 26th in several London venues, where they will later be available to buy at a charity auction or via online bids.

This project is a collaboration with the Blue Cross, a pet charity that has been helping sick, injured, abandoned and homeless animals since 1897, American not-for-profit organization Outdoor Arts Foundation, which supports community-based creative engagement, and photographer Drew Gardner. The money that will be collected during this exhibition will hopefully make the lives of hundreds of animals a little bit easier.

Some of the dog houses were made by such creatives as internationally famous Zaha Hadid Architects, mosaic artist Ivan Djidev and multi-award winning designers Denizen Works. Scroll down to see them for yourself.

More info: bowwowhauslondon.co.uk

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Tla Studio And Louise Glazebrook

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Rebekah 10 months ago

I'd totally nap here.

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Chris Dyson

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Julie Lynn 10 months ago

The two-step entry with the bowls for water and food are classy :) :)

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Tamara Froud

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Asia 10 months ago

Starry night... Awesome :)

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Zaha Hadid Architects

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Stille20 10 months ago

I'm pretty sure that dog drives a BMW, doesn't drink wine that is less than $50 per bottle and likes showing off his walk in humidor.

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Sue Penrose

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Maria K 10 months ago

I love the stones, really pretty!

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Brian Otuama

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All With Heart 10 months ago

Could I just use this for my cat? It'd probably work the same

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Drew Denizen

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All With Heart 10 months ago

What's the fun of balls though, if you can't play with them?

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Ft Architects

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Julie Lynn 10 months ago

Put this bed in Mork's house up above and your dog would be the envy of the Universe! ;) ;)

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Dlm Architects

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Julie Lynn 10 months ago

I like the way this one looks like it floats :) Very cool!

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Plyable

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Maria K 10 months ago

His bow is matching with the roof! :D

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Lisboeta Studio

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Rebekah 10 months ago

A 2-story, nice.

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Roselind Wilson

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Rebekah 10 months ago

This doggo sure has a large selection of bow ties.

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Jeff Monsein

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~Ravenclaw~ OwO 10 months ago

This...is the one for my wittle floof.

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Ivan Zhidjev

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Landon Roberts 10 months ago

The new king of the gods; The Mighty Floofo!

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Serena De La Hey

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earringnut 10 months ago

they should have used a wire hair as the model

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Spark Architects

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Julie Lynn 10 months ago

Are those suctions? This would be great if you and your dog were in a hurricane. Does it bounce?

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Rebekah 10 months ago

Anyone else remember in Land of the Lost, the Sleestaks, and the things they came out of? This reminds me of those.

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Pim Studio

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Helen Leeds 10 months ago

You kids get off my lawn!

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Stille20 10 months ago

Is this where he goes to steam?

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Hasan Al Rashid

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earringnut 10 months ago

this reminds me of a "rock" that i use to play on/in as a kid.

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