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12 Architects Design Shelters to Raise Money for LA’s Homeless Cats

16:00 - 31 October, 2017
12 Architects Design Shelters to Raise Money for LA’s Homeless Cats, © Meghan Bob Photography
© Meghan Bob Photography

With somewhere between one and three million cats, Los Angeles is home to one of the United States’ largest populations of homeless felines. For the “Giving Shelter” exhibition in Los Angeles, 12 architects designed and built 13 small, one-of-a-kind shelters for these cats. The shelters, which are being sold through an online auction until 9pm PST tonight, will raise money for FixNation, a non-profit which provides a free service to spay or neuter homeless cats. Read on to see all 13 shelters.

Transpo’s Emil ‘Lucky’ Reznik Administration, Maintenance & Operations Facility / RNL Design

00:00 - 12 September, 2011
Transpo’s Emil ‘Lucky’ Reznik Administration, Maintenance & Operations Facility / RNL Design, © James Steinkamp
© James Steinkamp

© James Steinkamp © James Steinkamp © James Steinkamp © James Steinkamp + 15

  • Architects

  • Location

    South Bend, IN, USA
  • Associate Architects

    Forum Architects, Maintenance Design Group
  • Client

    South Bend Public Transportation Corporation (TRANSPO)
  • Area

    164200.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2010
  • Photographs

The Research Support Facility / RNL Design

00:00 - 5 July, 2011
The Research Support Facility / RNL Design, © Frank Ooms
© Frank Ooms

© Frank Ooms © Frank Ooms © Frank Ooms © Frank Ooms + 28

  • Architects

  • Location

    Golden, CO, USA
  • Interior Design

    RNL Design
  • Mechanical Engineer

    Stantec Consulting
  • Structural Engineer

    KL&A Engineering, Golden Office
  • Electrical Engineer

    Stantec Consulting
  • Civil Engineer

    Martin / Martin, Inc.
  • Area

    222000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2010
  • Photographs

Denver Central Platte Campus / RNL Design

00:00 - 10 June, 2011
Denver Central Platte Campus / RNL Design, © Ed LaCasse
© Ed LaCasse

© Ed LaCasse © Ed LaCasse © Ed LaCasse © Ed LaCasse + 13

  • Architects

  • Location

    Denver, CO, USA
  • Area

    105000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2010
  • Photographs

1800 Larimer / RNL Design

00:00 - 1 June, 2011
1800 Larimer / RNL Design, © Frank Ooms
© Frank Ooms

© Frank Ooms © Frank Ooms © Frank Ooms © Frank Ooms + 19

Top 100 Architecture Firms

15:48 - 17 May, 2011
© Joe Pugliese
© Joe Pugliese

Architect Magazine‘s third-annual ranking of American architecture firms takes a look at three factors: profitability, sustainability, and design quality. This whole picture approach provides an opportunity for small and large firms to go head to head, with a result of the best architecture firms, not necessarily the biggest.

Some of these practices have been featured on ArchDaily like Perkins + Will, Skidmore Owings & Merrill, Cannon Design, and Frank Harmon Architect.

Take a look at the complete rankings after the break.

Architecture City Guide: Denver

09:35 - 16 March, 2011

This week our Architecture City Guide heads to the “Mile-High City”. In the shadows of the Rocky Mountains, Denver’s architecture can be as dramatic and serene as its surrounding landscape. From the moment your plane touches down at the Denver International Airport you are immersed in state-of-the-art architecture. We have included a dozen places to go once you arrive. Where else would you visit? Please leave suggestions of buildings a Denver visitor shouldn’t miss.

The Architecture City Guide: Denver list and corresponding map after the break!