Design: Frank Lloyd Wright Dog House


Well known architect, Frank Lloyd Wright designed this doghouse for a Labrador retriever named Eddie by the request of a 12-year-old boy named Jim Berger.

After Wright, who became well known for being the architect behind the creation of the ‘prairie’ house, had finished designing the Berger family home, Jim wrote to him to ask for a doghouse to keep Eddie warm in winter. Wright was too busy, but in 1957 he sent the boy blueprints for a hexagonal mahogany parlour, which Jim built with the money from his paper route.

An amazing idea for the care of your dog house rather then something bland.





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