Architecture for Dogs by Hiroshi Yoda

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Hiroshi Yoda
Beagle House, 2012Laser print on foam board
57 x 40 inches

In 2012, Hiroshi Yoda was charged with the task of photographing the Architecture for Dogs project launched by MUJI’s art director Kenya Hara and Imprint founder Julia Huang. This particular subject is an interactive doghouse designed by Rotterdam-based MRVDV to accentuate the beagle breed’s playful and creative personality.

For more information, visit architecturefordogs.com.

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