build a human house around a cats needs

Architects Kathy Hancox and Michael Kothke have been creating minimalist gems for over two decades in British Columbia, San Francisco, and, for the past 14 years, Tucson. They’ve designed homes with the cold, the heat, the rain, and the sun in the mind. But cats had never been a factor. Until now. 
“We’d never had an animal-focused project before,” says Hancox, of HK Associates in Tucson. “So it was a fun challenge to come up with a design.”

“Our objective is always to do something that’s elegant and timeless and modern. And those words describe the Western Window Systems products,” Hancox says. “They have a slim profile that we like, and they maximize the amount of glass.” 
“We all think of architecture in the daytime,” Kothke says. “But this house is equally impressive at night. We’d get emails from the clients after they moved in saying, ‘Wow, we were looking at the moon tonight from the bed.’ The Western Window Systems windows allowed us to articulate what we like to call a 24-hour occupation of the house.”
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