A home for rescue dogs inspired by origami

Rescue is an easy-to-clean, construct and transport doghouse designed for rescue shelters. The purpose of this project is to provide a better life for dogs who often spend their time in poor conditions in overcrowded shelters that don’t have enough space or money for individual doghouses. Inspired by the folding techniques of origami, Rescue is constructed from a minimal number of elements, making it simple to assemble, disassemble and transport. The house can be erected without the need for nails, screws or glue. Its main component is made from polypropylene, an inexpensive, recyclable material with excellent physical and chemical properties, including a high degree of thermal insulation, being light weight, firmness, high chemical resistance and resilience to challenging weather conditions.

Teodora Puzic

  • Teodora Puzic
    University of Arts in Belgrade

    Teodora Puzic is a Serbian designer born in Belgrade in 1992. She graduated from Faculty of Applied Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia, where gained knowledge and skills necessary for any of industrial production, as well as graphical design. Focused on innovation, simplicity and practical design. She is interested in Environmental Protection, improving lifestyles by matching design and functionality. She currently works for an official distributor of the world's largest brands of fashion clothes and sports equipment as a graphic designer.more

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