Four-legged friends will feel right at home in these pet-friendly homes and offices.
The owners of this Beirut triplex—a couple with three children and a cat—split their time between Lebanon and Angola.
3. Concrete L.A. Home by Landa-Stevens Architects
Brian, one of two dogs and four chickens that share the house, basks on the bedroom terrace’s vintage Van Keppel-Green lounge with ottoman.
Proper medical care for animal family members can be an out-of-reach expense for some. Emancipet, a spay/neuter- and veterinary-services provider, helps make it affordable and accessible to all.
The kitchen's indoor-outdoor layout provides the perfect lounging spot for Cola, the owner's spaniel.
When Blend Labs reimagined their tradition-bound workplace, a pet-friendly environment was a must.
The center is a sanctuary in the middle of Manhattan; not just a place to resettle pets but also a platform to articulate the mission of eliminating U.S. kill shelters by 2025.
Glass sliders in the kitchen and living area mean walls disappear, allowing unobstructed views to a small courtyard—and lounging space for two- and four-legged guests.
9. Art-Filled N.Y.C. Duplex by Steven Harris and Lucien Rees Roberts
At 4,500 square feet, this Manhattan duplex has plenty of room for visitors and the owner's two dogs.
MR Architecture + Decor enlivened an Upper East Side apartment for a couple with three school-age children (and, now, a puppy).
Daisy, a rescue Chihuahua mix, poses outside the elevator of a renovated 1980's home in Southern California.
One of the property's two resident dogs naps in a bedroom.