This blog post was written in ten minutes because that’s all the time I had. Earlier this fall I designed and built a dog house that I am surprisingly proud of.
This weekend the doghouse will be featured alongside some other doghouses designed by some other design-experienced people. Historically this Barkitecture event has been populated by doghouses designed and built by architects and designers and I am an engineer so be prepared to play “one of these things is not like the other…”
Today’s event runs from 5-9pm at Mia Bella Patio and tomorrow at GreenStreet for an auction benefitting Pup Squad Animal Rescue. If you really like doghouses consider purchasing one in the charity auction tomorrow at GreenStreet.
If you cannot attend, I will post pictures. If you are the kind of person who is going to gouge your eyes out if you have to look at ONE MORE picture, then here is my description: “Ancient geometry manufactured using advanced fabrication and survivalist sewing skills.” If you go to Barkitecture today and grab the brochure you will find an entirely different description of my doghouse written by the good people at GreenStreet (thank you Courtney Ray) because I didn’t send them a description in time because I never mastered “email.” In the near future some documentation will be produced showcasing the process with more pictures and replicatable directions but don’t hold your breath because I suck at fini